Chinese Grocery List Posted by sasha on Mar 2, 2017 in Culture, food, Shopping, Street Markets, Vocabulary
Making a grocery list is one of those boring, mundane tasks that’s just a part of life. If you’re like me, going to the market without a list usually spells disaster. You end up with a bunch of things you don’t need (giant bag of chips), and somehow manage to forget those essential items (toilet paper). Not only are grocery lists important, but they can also help you in studying Chinese. Taking the time to write it out and then look it over in the store is great practice. To help you out, here are some vocabulary charts so you can make a Chinese grocery list.
Meat & Seafood
Feel free to print these lists out and use them to study. Write out your next grocery list in Chinese – it’ll make that regular old everyday task something useful for your language studies. We’ll have some video posts to help you with your pronunciation soon, as well as a post with some more tips on how to do your shopping in Chinese.
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