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When talking to his Chinese manager at a team dinner, Leo gets a chance to put into use the Chinese he has learned so far. The conversation moves onto family, and Dani explains the words for family in Mandarin Chinese. Leo learns the words for brothers and sisters. And he also learns the Mandarin words for children, including son and daughter.
Many couples in China will still have more than one child, as there are exceptions to the one-child policy. Common exceptions are for rural families, families of ethnic minorities, and families where the parents are themselves an only child. Residents of Hong Kong and Macao, as well as foreigners, are also exempt from the policy. Twins and other multiple births are another acceptable way of having more than one child.
About our Image Exercises
Refresh your knowledge of what you've learned in recent lessons. Learn Chinese words and sentences spoken by selecting the
image that best illustrates the sound. This helps you to internalise the meanings of the words naturally, and will help you
to start thinking in Chinese from an early stage. Our image exercises are designed to enable you to learn Chinese online
without the need for separate flashcards or books. You can start to practice and learn Chinese free by utilising our 10
free chapters and accompanying exercises.
The below shortcuts allow you to use your keyboard in completing this exercise:
Press 1: Selects Image number 1
Press 2: Selects Image number 2
Press 3: Selects Image number 3
Press 4: Selects Image number 4