Make Bread 做面包 zuò miàn bāo ▏Weekend Camera Frame

What?! I hear you want to bake bread?

For some, that might be music to their ears, but for me, it’s a daunting task that I put my culinary skills into test.

So I was making bread this weekend! ……Check here for the full post with my weekend gallery. This is my first attempt to participate in Linda’s SoCS Stream of Consciousness Saturday. It looks like great fun so I jumped right in too! Click that check here button above and you will find that the last picture of my weekend gallery meets the rule of this prompt—although some might argue it does remotely so….

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “green.” Use it any way you’d like. Have fun!


Word of the Day:

The Chinese term 做面包 zuò miàn bāo can be directly translated into make bread. The Chinese character 做zuò means to do, to make, to be or even to become. It’s a verb, widely used, that functions in the same way as the English word make in language.

面包 miàn bāo means bread. By putting them together, we have the idea of making bread.


P.S. Look for someone to help you improve your Mandarin? Come to my Wechat and drop me a message on the bulletin board of our post ‘Look for my language partner‘!

Can’t wait to see you there! 😉

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