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HSK Sample Test Answer: See a Doctor (Threshold)

Aug. 25, 2010

Threshold 入门级 (rù mén jí)

The correct answer for this HSK test question is A. Here is the translation:
A: I have a headache and feel bad today.
B: Then, how about I go with you to see a doctor?

Analysis:

A. “看病 (kànbìng)” is the phrase for “to see a doctor.”
    

B. “生病 (shēngbìng)” is the  phrase for “to fall ill.”    

C. “疼痛 (téngtòng)” is the phrase for “pain.”

D. “生气 (shēngqì)” is the phrase for “angry.”
     
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Yes, you can download “sogou.” Youcan search “download sogou pinyin” in google.

You can say “我病好了.”

But how do I say that “I’ve gotten over my cold” in Chinese?

Yes, I also learn it in my HSK test preparation. You can say “得病” instead of “生病”.

You may also say “看医生” instead of “看病”.

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