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Chinese Mini-Test: Any day is fine (Beginner)

Dec. 13, 2010

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

A: What day is the best for you to go shopping with me?  

B: Any day is fine.

How do you say “Any day is fine” in Chinese?

A. 哪天都行 (nǎ tiān dōu xíng)

B. 那天都行 (nà tiān dōu xíng)

C. 任何天都行 (rènhé tiān dōu xíng)

D. 每天都行 (měi tiān dōu xíng)

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Comments

So excited I found this article as it made tihgns much quicker!

I went to tons of links before this, what was I tihninkg?

That’s right! I’d like to provide an example for when 行 means “to walk:” “她不能行走了。She is unable to walk.”

I also took this Mandarin lesson online. Yes, 行 means “OK.” But, I’ve learned that 行 has another meaning—”to walk.” For example: “行走 to walk/to go on foot.”

I took this Mandarin lesson online and I have a question, in this lesson does “行” mean “OK?”

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