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Answer to Take the HSK Quiz to Predict the Future Using These Chinese Words

Nov. 6, 2019

Answers:
1. A
2. B
3. A
4. B

Analysis:

预示(Yùshì)

Being a sign of something; suggest the possibility or probability of something. People can make a judgement by slight signs that appear in a process like an omen before its formation, and the so-called signs are akin to a “forecast” or “indication” of what’s to come.

预知(Yùzhī)

Saying advance that something likely to happen; realize beforehand.
As a noun, it means precognition, and it is a super sensory perception that allows the “perceiver” to “perceive” (rather than by reason from existing knowledge) what will happen in the future, similar to a witch or wizard.

Here are the correct answers and complete sentences:

   Zhè cì yìwài wǒmen wúfǎ yùzhī.
1. 这次意外我们无法预知。
   We can’t predict this accident.

   Zhè chǎng dàxuě yùshìzhe míngnián de fēngshōu.
2.这场大雪预示着明年的丰收。
   This heavy snow indicates the rich harvest of next year.

   Wǒmen wúfǎ yùzhī míngtiān.
3.我们无法预知明天。
   We cannot foresee what will happen tomorrow.

   Tā de xuéxí tàidù yùshì tā yǐhòu huì chénggōng.
4.他的学习态度预示他以后会成功。
   His attitude towards studying indicates that he will succeed in the future.

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