Most Used Character 4

Fourth Most Commonly Used Chinese Character

This is the fourth of eight pages about Chinese characters' appearance frequency.

Fourth Most Used Chinese Character

appearance score: # 4
frequency: 1.1565212%
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A Very Simple Example of Usage

Translation: She is not Mary.

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ATTENTION: When it precedes a syllable of the fourth tone, it is pronounced in the second tone.
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-This is a Chinese adverbial word:
1. used before verbs, adjectives or other Chinese adverbial words to form a negative;
ATTENTION: The negative form of the verb you3 is mei2you3, bu4you3 is wrong.
2. used alone as a negative answer;
3. used at the end of a sentence to form a question;
4. used in the negative form of the potential complement;
5. inserted in reiterative locutions, usually preceded by shen2me5shen2me5 to indicate indifference;
6. used together with jiu4 to indicate a choice (either... or...)
-Needn't, don't
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-First character of the Chinese word for 'cannot, not to': bu5de5bu5de5

There's no difference between the simplified and the traditional version of this character.Help

In this page you found all details about this Chinese characters. Anyway, if you really want to learn how to use it, I suggest you start from Lesson 1 of the "1,000 Chinese Characters" FREE Daily Course - click here for the course.

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