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HSK Sample Chinese Test: 笑

Jul. 14, 2010

Threshold 入门级 (rù mén jí)

Tīng le Xiǎomíng de huà, LìLi zhōngyú xiào le qǐlái.
听   了     小明     的  话,莉莉    终于   笑   了 起来。

Do you know the meaning of the word “笑” in this sentence?

A. Move

B. Speak

C. Cry

D. Smile

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Yes, it’s a verb in this HSK test. One frequently used phrase when it’s a verb: 嘲笑 laugh at. And “笑” also can be a noun, such as “笑脸 smiling face.”

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“终于” appeared in this HSK test means “finally.” I know “最终” has the same meaning as “终于.” So can I use “最终” instead of “终于?”

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