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Pai2 Sei3: buhaoyisz (sorry, in Taiwanese) 低.- dī : low, below, hang down 底.- dǐ : bottom, base, root, foundation 地.- dì : earth, floor, site, place 地 – de : grammar (variant pronunciation of -dì) (forming an adverb from an adjectiv, e.g., gāoxìng 高興/高兴 “happy” + de 地 yields gāoxìngde 高興地/高兴地 “happily”) 性格 –… Continue reading
Qishi Danshi Yiji Juran, unexpectedly, to,one’s surprise 顯然 – xiǎnrán : obviously, evidently, plainly, clearly, manifestly 既然 – jìrán, since, now that 幾乎 – jīhū: almost, nearly, practically, virtually, close to 偶然 – ǒurán, by chance, fortuitously, accidentally 必然 – bìrán : inevitable, necessary, necessity, certain, certainly 畢竟- bìjìng: after all, in the final analysis,… Continue reading
果然, guǒrán – really, as expected, sure enough, indeed Khiunn1 = accent in taiwanese 教 – jiào as noun, jiāo as verb 外交 – wàijiāo, diplomat 外教 – wàijiào, foreign teacher 數 – shù, number (noun) ; shǔ, count (verb) Bu yong xie, yingai de! Suibian ni, is polite, but suibian ni haole is… Continue reading