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Chinese Mini-test: 裙子 (Beginner)

Jun. 24, 2010

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

What does the the phrase “裙子 (qúnzi)” refer to?

A. Shirt

B. Shoe

C. Trousers

D. Skirt

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I’ve been learning Mandarin for a couple of months now. I learned that “连衣裙 (liányīqún)” are the Chinese characters for “dress.”

I would choose D. I’ve been learning Mandarin Chinese online. I know “裙子 (qúnzi)” means “skirt”. But I’m not sure whether “skirt” and “dress” share the same Mandarin Chinese characters.

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裙子 is a skirt

I choose D. I’ve just started to learn Mandarin. I got a 裙子 from my Chinese friend on my birthday, and she told me “这条裙子很适合我。 This skirt fits me.” So I know.

I’ve learned Mandarin for quite a long time, I know “衬衫” are the Chinese characters for “shirt.”

I think you should give us a context so that I can figure out the meaning clearly. I’ve learned Mandarin for the word “shirt.” But I’m not sure whether it is “裙子,” and I still want to choose A.

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