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Chinese Mini-Test: Not too bad. (Beginner)

Jan. 25, 2011

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

(At a Chinese New Year’s Party)

A: Lily, long time no see. How’s everything?  

B: Not too bad.

How do you say “Not too bad” in Chinese?

A. 一切都好 (yí qiè dōu hǎo)

B. 不太好 (bú tài hǎo)

C. 你好 (nǐ hǎo)

D. 还好 (hái hǎo)

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I learned from my Chinese course that “吗” is a modal word used at the end of a sentence to indicate a question, so “你好吗?” means “How are you?”

I know from this Chinese course that 你好 means “hello”, but I have come across another sentence: “你好吗”, what does it mean?

When someone asks: “你好吗?”, you can respond like this: “我很好,谢谢。I’m fine, thanks.”

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