No matter if you're here for a few days on holiday or commute daily for work, today's video post will teach you all the key vocabulary and sentence structures needed to ride the subway train. Granted, you don't necessarily need to speak Chinese to make your way around the subway network, but after watching this, you'll have all the tools necessary to ask questions and find help. It is also a great way to learn really high use sentence patterns that can be used in a variety of situations when asking for help.
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