This HSK 5 level reading practice will introduce you to some new ways to describe relationships with your friends. At this level, I'm sure you've used "good friend" to describe most of your friends in Chinese. We want to help you expand your vocabulary while continuing to reinforce the Chinese vocabulary that you already know. At your intermediate to advanced reading level, you should be able to enjoy reading many stories and books in Chinese. With our "Du Chinese" app you can practice reading Chinese with help when you need it.
Hopefully you have some friends with whom you can practice Chinese. We suggest reading everything you can and then applying the new phrases you learn when you are chatting with people in real life. You can also use e-mails or WeChat to practice your Chinese.
If you have a friend that you grew up with, then he (she) is your “childhood friend”.
If you have a friend that you have an especially good relationship with, a friend that is especially trustworthy, then he (she) is your “inseparable sidekick”.
If you are a man and have a female friend that especially understands you and you have an especially good relationship with, then she is your “confidante”.
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