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HSK Sample Test Answer: Smile (Threshold)

Jul. 14, 2010

Threshold 入门级 (rù mén jí)

The correct answer of this HSK question is D. The whole sentence means:
After hearing what Xiaoming said, Lily finally smiled.

A. “动 (dòng)” is the word for “move.”
      Frequently used phrase: 移动 (yídòng) to move

B. “说 (shuō)” is the word for “speak.”
     Frequently used phrase: 说话 (shuōhuà) to speak/to talk

C. “哭 ()” is the word for “cry.”
      Frequently used phrase: 痛哭 (tòngkū) wail

D. “笑 (xiào)” is the word for “smile.”
      Frequently used phrase: 笑话 (xiàohuà) joke


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Comments

喂,您好.
笑 不是 smile 而是 laugh.
Smile 是微笑.

Allen

In this HSK preparation test analysis, you mentioned “哭” means cry, and “哭泣” means the same thing, right?

“笑口常开” are the Chinese characters for “to grin all the time.”

I’ve already known 笑 appeared in this HSK preparation sample test is the Chinese word for smile. What I really want to know is the meaning of “笑口常开” for I often hear this phrase from my Chinese friends.

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