"Đứa trẻ uống nước ép táo."

Translation:The kid drinks apple juice.

April 22, 2016


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"Nước ép táo" is a little awkward phrasing. Most of us would say "nước táo." Ép is implied.

April 22, 2016


Shhh, they're beginners ;)

April 22, 2016


I'm a beginner, but I agree with this, since a few lessons later it's "nước cam" for orange juice. It's a little confusing! I'd rather just learn the way native speakers would say it, maybe with an explanation somewhere along the line, rather than switching from one way to the other with no explanation.

August 12, 2016


so should it be nước ép táo or nước táo ép?

August 28, 2016


Man i was just in vietnam and they would only say cam ép or táo ép noone ever said nước

April 28, 2018


The northern dialect is very hard for me to understand. Why don't you have southern dialect speakers as well.

May 9, 2016


Yes, I also agree that "nước ép táo" is kind of weird, and also I think maybe "trẻ con" is more appropriate to use in this sentence here.

April 22, 2016


I don't think the pronunciation of "uống nước" here is correct? It sounds like he's saying "uon" instead of the whole thing

April 24, 2016


I agree, it does sound like uốn nước, and it doesn't have to do with the northern dialect. Perhaps it's because he says this sentence quite fast and thus the words assimilate a little to each other. Also the -c in nước sounds almost like a glottal stop, as in the beginning of the next word ép.

May 12, 2016


It's a northern dialect

May 5, 2016


I don't think it's that. I mean, my ears are more trained for the southern dialect but I think even northerners pronounce BOTH uống nước as uống nước and not just uon. idk

May 6, 2016


Said "little child" and got it wrong as they said "kid". Inconsistent.

November 24, 2018


In English kid ís slang and can be confused with the same word for a young goat. Isn't child a more appropriate translation for đứa trẻ

May 29, 2016


The child drinks apple juice ought to be considered correct.

September 6, 2016


Regardless of the awkward phrasing of "nước ép táo", one other thing I'm curious about is why there's a dip on táo. Since the same marking is on all three words, wouldn't the tone remain level after nước? At least, that's what I've been led to believe.

June 6, 2017


Why does the d sound like n

September 17, 2019


how do i know when it should be "drink" or "drinking" - i tried this : the kid is drinking apple juice

August 28, 2016


"The new kid is pitching today " can easily refer to a six foot five, 190 pound major league baseball player. "Little kid" should be accepted or, at least, not called wrong.

March 5, 2017


"the child drinks juice" is not being accepted as it wanted "the kid drinks juice"

Good course overall though.

September 16, 2018


Wow this is hard

May 17, 2016


I hate this

September 11, 2016
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