中国人的春节除夕夜都做些什么？Let’s Chat Over a Cup of Chinese 🍵
Practicing Chinese listening and speaking doesn’t have to be boring or tedious. So, grab a cup of coffee, tea, or maybe even milk tea, and join us for a coffee break where we can chat over a Cup of Chinese. 😏 Not only will you hear a natural Chinese conversation, but you will also have the chance to complete listening comprehension exercises to help you understand the conversation, answer interactive questions for you to practice your Chinese speaking skills, and review a list of words to help you solidify them in your long-term memory.
☕️ Here is our game plan
Step 1 – Listen to a natural conversation in Chinese
Step 2 – Complete the listening comprehension exercises to better understand the details of the conversation and practice your listening skills
Step 3 – Get ready because now it’s YOUR TURN to talk about the same topic! 😎
Step 4 – Review the keywords in the video to solidify them in your long-term memory.
🧋 Ready? Let’s Chat over a Cup of Chinese.
Today’s Topic: 中国人的春节除夕夜都做些什么？What do Chinese people do on New Year’s Eve during the Spring Festival?
Difficulty Level: HSK 4, HSK 5, Intermediate Chinese, Advanced Chinese
The questions that appeared in the Chinese listening comprehension exercises and their solutions:
|3. 谁在春节的时候吃饺子？是Amy 还是Luisa?
Expand Your Chinese Vocabulary: Words and Phrases for “What do Chinese people do on New Year’s Eve during the Spring Festival?” with Example Sentences
|The Spring Festival, also known as the Chinese New Year, is one of the four traditional festivals of China.
|Do you want to know the origin of the Spring Festival?
|New Year’s Eve
|New Year’s Eve is the last day of the year.
|The Spring Festival is the new year of the lunar calendar.
|Spring Festival Eve dinner – It is the dinner that the whole family eats together on New Year’s Eve.
|My hometown is in northeast China.
|During the Spring Festival, the whole family gets together and makes dumplings together.
|Literally, it means at the end of every year, there is always plenty of food or things. It is an expression used to convey good wishes for the new year, symbolizing prosperity, good fortune, and abundance in all aspects of life.
|Children like to set off firecrackers.
|I don’t like setting off fireworks. I only like watching them.
|Cai Shen (God of Wealth)
|Many Chinese believe in the existence of the God of Wealth. During the Spring Festival, they affix an image of the God of Wealth on their doors.
|CCTV New Year’s Gala. It is a show produced by China Central Television (CCTV) that airs on the eve of the Chinese New Year.
|The Spring Festival is almost here, and every household has put up Spring Couplets, creating a thick festive atmosphere in the air.
|The most important thing during the Spring Festival is to get together with family.