Lesson 14

Key Sentences

 

L14-K

bi ʤɔːs ugue bɔlsə̌n I ran out of money.
sɔnsxə̌lɑːr bæŋkə̌d ʤɔːs sœlʤ bɔlən gənəː I hear you can exchange money at the bank.
ənd ʤɔːs sœlʤ bɔln ʊː? Can I exchange money here?
tɑː yɛmə̌r ʤɔːs sœlə̌x be? What kind of money are you exchanging?
tɑː ʤɔːs iːn tɔː gɔːn biʧəːreː Please write the amount of money.
tɔːlʤ uʤ Count and see.
iŋgəʤ biʧbə̌l tɑːrn ʊː? Is it correct if I write it like this?

 

Dialogs

 

One

L14-D1

 

Two

L14-D2

 

Substitution

 

One

L14-S1

 

Two

L14-S2

 

Three

L14-S3

 

Expansion

L14-E1

 

 

Vocabulary

sɔnsə̌xlɔːr
(I) hear that
gənəː
it is said
sœl
exchange (money)
tɔː
number, amount
tɔːl
to count
mɑrk
Mark
iŋgə̌ʤ
like this
bur
all
ʤɑr
to spend, to use
bɑr
to finish
dɔːlə̌r
dollar
ɑrd iːn ʤɔːs
RMB (people’s money)
togrə̌g
Unit of money in Mongolia and also used at times for unit of money in China (yuan)
nɑd
me
xʊrə̌l
meeting
obə̌l
winter
ʧɑs
snow
ɔr
to fall (rain, snow)
xærʊːl
to answer
tælə̌b
to put
tuːn iː
him/her (object of verb)
xuljəː
to wait
grammar particle

L14-V

 

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