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Answer to What does the phrase “难为情(nánwéiqíng)” refer to?

Apr. 8, 2015

Correct Answer: A

Analysis:

A. 难为情(nánwéiqíng) is the word for “Embarrassed.”
The character 难(nán) means difficult, 为(wéi) means for and 情(qíng) means emotion.

B. 兴奋(xīngfèn) is the word for “Excited.”
The character 兴(xīng) means interest or eagerness and 奋(fèn) means to exert oneself.

C. 伤心(shāngxīn) is the word for “Heart-broken.”

The character 伤(shāng) means to hurt and 心(xīn) means heart.

D. 不可思议(bùkěsīyì) is the word for “Unbelievable.”
The character 不() means not, 可() means be able to, 思() means to think and 议() means to discuss.

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