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Mini-test Answer: 哪天都行 (Beginner)

Dec. 13, 2010

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

The correct answer for this Chinese test is A.

Answer Analysis:

“哪天都行 (nǎ tiān dōu xíng)” is a commonly used expression, meaning “any day is fine.”

The difference between answers A and B is the word “哪 ()” and “那 ().” “哪 ()” is a question word that means “which,” while “那 ()” is a pronoun that means “that.” For example: “哪天 (nǎ tiān) which day,” “那天 (nà tiān) that day.” We never use the expression “那天都行 (nà tiān dōu xíng).”

As for answers C and D, in Chinese, we don’t use these expressions.

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You’re on top of the game. Thanks for sahrnig.

When 每 appears in this Chinese lesson, it means “every/each.” You can use it to form more words, such as: “每年 every year,” “每小时 every hour,” “每月 every month.”

每天 means “every day.” For example: “每天一个苹果, 医生远离我. An apple a day, keeps the doctor away.”

In this Chinese lesson, what does “每天” mean?

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