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我的家My Family * 连连看lián lián kàn
Match the following words with the correct pinyin.
爷爷 yé ye
姐姐 jiě jie
妈妈 mā ma
哥哥 gē ge
弟弟 dì di
爸爸 bà ba
奶奶 nǎi nai
妹妹 mèi mei * 学习新的汉字。 Learn some new Chinese words
姥姥(外婆)lǎo lao(wài pó) grandma(mather’s mather)
姥爷(外公)lǎo ye(wài gōng)grandpa (mather’s father)
女儿 nǚ ér daughter
儿子ér zi son
孙女sūn nǚ granddaughter
孙子sūn zi grandson
阿姨(姨妈)ā yí (yí mā )aunt
姑姑(姑妈)gū gu (gū mā )aunt
叔叔(舅舅,伯伯)shū shu(jiù jiu,bó bo)uncle
二.说一说 shuō yī shuō
你好!nǐ hǎo ! Hello!
您好!nín hǎo ! Hello!
你叫什么名字?nǐ jiào shí me míng zì ?
What’s your name?
我的名字是_________。wǒ de míng zì shì _________。My name is________.
我叫_________。wǒ jiào _________。I am ________.
你几岁了?nǐ jǐ suì le ?How old are you?
我_______岁了。wǒ _______suì le 。I am six .
这是我的家。 zhè shì wǒ de jiā 。 This is my family.
这是我的爸爸。 zhè shì wǒ de bà bà。This is my dad.
我是他的女儿。 wǒ shì tā de nǚ ér。I am his daughter. * 想一想xiǎng yī xiǎng
Can you make some sentences using the followling words?

这zhè 你nǐ 我wǒ 他tā 她tā 有yǒu 是shì 的de 你的nǐ de
我的nǐ 他(她)的tā de 家jiā 爱ài

四.听一听tīng yī tīng ting ér gē xué xí jié rì zhù fú
听 儿 歌 学 习 节 日 祝 福 shèng dàn kuài lè ! 圣 诞 快 乐! Merry Christmas xīn nián kuài lè !
新 年 快 乐! Happy New Year wǒ zhù nǐ shèng dàn kuài lè !
我 祝 你 圣 诞 快 乐!Merry Christmas to you. zhù bà ba shèng dàn kuài lè !
祝 爸 爸 圣 诞 快 乐! zhù mā ma xīn nián kuài lè !
祝 妈 妈 新 年 快 乐! * 补充词汇
星星 xīng xīng star
圣诞老人 shèng dàn lǎo rén Santa Claus
圣诞树shèng dàn shù Christmas trees
礼物lǐ wù gift
平安夜píng ān yè Christmas trees

画一画
Draw your family…...

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