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Chinese Idiom Practice – You Get What You Pay For

yifengqian_pic1_副本The Chinese language has saying that has a similar meaning to the old English phrase that “you get what you pay for.” If you hear 一分钱一分货 yìfēn qián yìfēn huò, you’re literally being told that paying one cent gets you something worth one cent. You’ll know that you’re probably being warned that a low price probably also means low quality.

In China, haggling over a purchase price is a cultural norm. However, everybody knows that if a price is too good to be true, it probably is. Quality and price typically have a direct relationship.

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