Zhè běnshū yǒu jīngměi de chātú.
This book is beautifully illustrated.
Wǒ zuò wán wǒ de gōngkè hòu, jiùdú zhè běnshū.
I read the book after I had finished my homework.
Tā yǒu hěnduō lìshǐ shūjí.
He has a lot of books on history.
Wǒ yòng liǎng qiān rì yuán mǎile zhè běnshū.
I paid two thousand yen for the book.
Wǒ kànjiàn shūzhuō shàng yǒu duǒ huā.
I see a flower on the desk.
Wǒ háile cóng túshū guǎn jiè de shū, yòu jíle xiē xīn de.
I returned the books I borrowed from the library, and I borrowed some new ones.
Wǒ zài zhǎo guānyú gǔ luómǎ lìshǐ de shū.
I'm looking for books on Roman history.
Shūzhuō shàng yǒu jǐ běnshū.
There are some books on the desk.
Zhè běnshū shuí xiǎng yào jiù gěi shuí ba.
Let's give the book to whoever wants it.
Zhè zhāng shūzhuō shì mùzhì de.
This desk is made of wood.
Tā zài chāoshì zuò mìshū.
She is a clerk in the supermarket.
Tā wéi yī běnshū shōují cáiliào.
She is collecting material for a book.
Niánqīng de shíhòu duō kàn diǎn hǎo shū shì jiàn hǎoshì.
It's a good thing to read good books when you are young.
Zhè shì wǒ de shū.
This is my book.
Nǎ běn shì nǐ de shū?
Which is your book?
Wǒ cóng yīngguó dìngle hǎojǐ běnshū.
I ordered several books from England.
Wǒ fāxiàn dú zhè běnshū hěn nán.
I find this book is very difficult to read.
Nǐ yào qù lúndūn dúshū shì zhēn de ma?
Are you really going to London to study?
Tā bǎ shū fàng zàile zhuō shàng.
He put the book on the table.
Wǒ gěile nǐ yī běnshū.
I gave you a book.