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Answer to Do You Know the 3 Common Parts of Speech?

Dec. 5, 2018

Answers:
1. C   2. B   3. D   4. A

Analysis:
Lán tiān, báiyún, qīngshān, bì shuǐ, zhè shì yì fú duō měi de fēngjǐnghuà a.
蓝天,白云,青山,碧水,这是一幅多美的风景画啊。
Blue sky, white clouds, green mountains, clear water, how beautiful the landscape is.

Wǒjiā háizi jīnnián shí sān suì le, yīnggāi shàng chūzhōng le.
我家孩子今年13岁了,应该上初中了。
My child is 13 years old and should be in middle school.

Zǎo shuì zǎo qǐ, zhè shì yí gè bǐjiào hǎo de shēnghuó xíguàn.
早睡早起,这是一个比较好的生活习惯。
It’s a good life habit to go to bed early and get up early.

Gēn yǐqián bǐ, wǒ xiànzài de hànzì xiě dé hǎo duō le.
跟以前比,我现在的汉字写得好多了。
I write Chinese characters much better than before.

“写 (Xiě) write” is a verb which can be a predicate of sentence 4.
“白 (Bái) white” is an adjective which can be paired with “云(yún),“ hence “ 白云 (báiyún) white cloud,” and fits in sentence 1.

(How Do Chinese People Use the Word “白 (Bái)?”)

“初中 (Chūzhōng) junior middle school” is a noun, which can be put together with ”上 (shàng) up,ascending, go to, go up“ to form a phrase, hence “ be in junior middle school.”
“习惯 (Xíguàn)” can be used as a noun, which means habit or routine, and also can be used as a verb, hence “be accustomed to.” and it can be applied to these structures, like:
Noun + 习惯 (xíguàn) the habit of …
“生活习惯 (Shēnghuó xíguàn) living habits,” “饮食习惯 (yǐnshí xíguàn) eating habits”

(Learn the Differences Between the Diets of North and South China.)

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