Mandarin Chinese (#24C)

Lots of new words for me here: the measure word for roads, plus "on the right," "on the left," "should," and "then" as it relates to things procedural (e.g. giving directions).



Which road should we take?

You all should take the road on the right.

And then?

And then go straight ahead, and then take the road on the left.

Do you (singular) understand?

I understand. We should take the road to the right, and then go straight ahead, and then take the road to the left. Is that correct?

Correct.

Very good. Thank you.

Goodbye.