Matilda's Camp Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

Below is an excerpt written by Matilda, a student at Beijing Summer Camp, about her day at camp.

A Day At Camp

by Matilda

Matilda's Camp Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

Matilda's Camp Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

每天我七点起床!
Měitiān wǒ qī diǎn qǐ chuáng!
Every day I wake up at 7 in the morning!

我去学校。
Wǒ qù xuéxiào.
I go to school (at That’s Mandarin).

我的爸爸喜欢北京。
Wǒ de bàba xǐhuan Běijīng.
My Dad likes Beijing.

北京很热。
Běijīng hěn rè.
Beijing is very hot.

Matilda's Camp Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

早上九点我上课。
Zǎoshang jiǔ diǎn wǒ shàng kè.
My class starts at 9 in the morning.

我的班有艾瑞克和娜塔丽!
Wǒ de bān yǒu Àiruìkè hé Nàtǎlì.
My classmates are Eric and Nathalie!

然后我吃午饭!
Ránhòu wǒ chī wǔfàn!
Then I have lunch!

我的哥哥也在北京。但是我和哥哥不可以说话。
Wǒ de gēge yě zài Běijīng. Dànshì wǒ hé gēge bù kěyǐ shuō huà.
My brother is in Beijing too. But I can’t talk to him.

我在北京一个月然后我去澳大利亚。
Wǒ zài Běijīng yī gè yuè ránhòu wǒ qù Àodàlìyǎ.
I’m spending one month in Beijing then I will go to Australia.

我喜欢第三个老师和第二个老师。
Wǒ xǐhuan dì sān gè lǎoshī hé dì èr gè lǎoshī
I like my third-period teacher and my second-period teacher.

我没去过上海。
Wǒ méi qù guo shànghǎi
I’ve never been to Shanghai.

Thank you Matilda for sharing with us!

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