Learn Chinese for Free - Lesson 27

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Today's Chinese character:

Today, with the Chinese verb "come", we'll review two ways of asking questions.

Before going on, please try to translate the following simple dialogue using the two ways to ask questions that you've studied in lesson 16 and lesson 17:

- "Do you come?"
- "Yes, I do."

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Today with this lesson your knowledge of Chinese characters will reach 18.1% of all the Chinese language usage!

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Dialogue 13


ATTENTION: This is wrong!

You cannot use both and the affirmative-negative structure!


Review lesson 16 and lesson 17, and translate these questions using or the affirmative-negative question.

Are you technician?

Do you love her?

Don't you love her?

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Chinese Character 55 of 1000

appearance score: # 15
frequency: 0.5578535%
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-Come, arrive; crop up, take place, come up; derive, come from
-(Used to indicate the doing of something—replaces a verb)
-(Used with or to indicate possibility)
-(Used before a verb to indicate that one is about to do something)
-(Used after a verb or verbal phrase to indicate what one has come for)
-(Used between a verbal phrase or prepositional construction and a verb or verbal phrase, where the verb or verbal phrase indicates the purpose of the action expressed by the verbal phrase or prepositional construction)
-Future, coming, next
-Ever since
-About (used after numerals)
-(Used to indicate a past happening)
-(Used after numerals to enumerate reasons)
-(Used in poems and songs for balance or euphony)
-(Used after a verb as a complement to indicate moving forward in the direction of the speaker)
-(Used after a verb to indicate the result)
-(A surname)

This character has a different traditional version.

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(same as simplified one's)

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