This HSK 5 reading is about a common Chinese idiom that you may not have heard before. Try to read the sentences below without pinyin or assistance if possible. If you run into trouble you can hover the word to reveal it's meaning. You'll soon find out what it means to "expose the horses foot."
When practicing your reading you should be reading content that you can understand 95% of it without assistance. When you are at an HSK 5 reading level we recommend focusing on our upper and lower intermediate readings to practice your Chinese. Read as much as you can and you will find yourself improving daily.
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In China, people often use the phrase “expose the horse's foot” to describe that someone’s lie was exposed.
It was mom’s birthday and I wanted to give her a surprise, but my sister ruined the surprise.
All lies will eventually come to light.
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