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Answer to Easily Use Interjections to Express Surprise in Chinese!

Jun. 12, 2019

Answer:
1. B

Analysis:

Dialogue:

Xiǎo Hóng: Nǐ Wǔ Yī dào nǎlǐ qù wán la?
小红:你五一到哪里去玩啦?
Xiao Hong: Where did you go on May 1st (Chinese Labour Day)?

Xiǎo Míng: Wǒ dào Běijīng qù wán le.
小明:我到北京去玩了。
Xiao Ming: I went to Beijing.

Xiǎo Hóng: Běijīng zěnmeyàng?
小红:北京怎么样?
Xiao Hong: What did you think of Beijing?

Xiǎo Míng: Hěn hǎowán, dànshì nàlǐ de rén kě zhēn duō ▁▁!
小明:很好玩,但是那里的人可真多 ▁▁!
Xiao Ming: It was fun but there were too many people!

Interjections are words used in a sentence that place emphasis on what you want to express. In order to find the best answer for this exercise, let’s look at common interjections in Chinese such as:

“吧 (Ba) well”
This is a common interjection used in Chinese to indicate that you’re suggesting something to someone.

“啊 (A) ah”
This is a common interjection used in Chinese to express surprise.

“哼 (Hèng) hum”
This is a common interjection used in Chinese to express dissatisfaction and anger.

“唉 (Ai) gosh”
This is a common interjection used in Chinese to express frustration or irritation.

Hence, the correct answer is B.

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