Learn Chinese for Free - Lesson 27
Today's Chinese character:
Today, with the Chinese verb "come", we'll review two ways of asking questions.
- "Do you come?"
- "Yes, I do."
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Description and Examples
ATTENTION: This is wrong!
You cannot use both 吗
Are you technician?
Do you love her?
Don't you love her?
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Chinese Character 55 of 1000
appearance score: # 15
|-||Come, arrive; crop up, take place, come up; derive, come from|
|-||(Used to indicate the doing of something—replaces a verb)|
|-||(Used with 得|
details or 不
details 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|
|-||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)|
This character has a different traditional version.