Oral Mandarin

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Basha
1. Zuotian, wo de mama he wo qu Indah Jaya de basha.
Semalam, mama dan saya pergi ke pasar Indah Jaya
2. Basha zai chezan de pangbian.
Pasar berada di sebelah stesen bas
3. Women zaoshang ba dian kaiche qu. kami pergi pada pukul 8 menaiki kereta
4. Cong wo de jia dao basha yao wu fenzhong
Dari rumah saya ke pasar makan masa 5 minit
5. Indah Jaya de basha hen da ye hen renao.
Pasar Indah Jaya sgt besar dan sgt meriah
6. Wo kan hen duo ren zai basha mai dongxi.
Saya nampak ramai org di pasar beli barang
7. Nali de xia he yu hen xinxian
Sana punya udang dan ikan sgt segar
8. Mama mai yi gongjin xia he san tiao yu.
Mama beli sekilo udang dan 3 ekor ikan
9. Yi gongjin xia er shi kuai qian
Sekilo udang berharga rm20
10. Mama ye mai shucai he shuiguo
Mama juga beli sayur dan buah buahan
11. Zuijin changchang xiayu, shucai yuelaiyue gui
Baru2 ini selalu hujan, sayur makin lama makin mahal
12. Mai le shucai, mama hai yao mai jirou.
Setelah beli sayur, mama masih mahu beli ayam
13. Mama mai Pak Ali de jirou yinwei ta de jirou bijiao xinxian
Mama beli ayam Pak Ali kerana Ayam Pak Ali lebih segar
14. Ban gongjin jirou liu kuai qian
Setengah kilo ayam rm6
15. Mai jirou yihou, women qu canting mai yejiangfan he baobing
Setelah beli ayam, kami pergi ke kafe beli nasi lemak dan popia

Huixiang
1. Huotian shi Hazhijie.
Lusa adalah hari raya haji
2. Wo yao huixiang.
Saya nak balik kg.
3. Wo hen xiangjia yinwei wo yijing san ge yue meiyou huixiang.
Saya sgt rindukan kg. kerana sudah 3 bulan tidak balik kg.
4. Wo de laojia zai Taiping
Kg halaman saya di Taiping
5. Cong zheli dao wo de laojia hen yuan, dagai wu bai gongli
Dari sini sampai kg halaman saya sgt jauh, lebih kurang
6. Wo dasuan zuo bashi huixiang yinwei bijiao pianyi.
Saya bercadang naik bas balik kg. kerana lebih murah
7. Zuo bashi huixiang yao qi…...

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