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Mini-test Answer: 好点了吗? (Beginner)

Jan. 8, 2011

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

The correct answer for this Mandarin mini-test is A.

Analysis:

A. 好点了吗 (hǎo diǎn le ma) means “Feel better?”

B. 更好的 (gèng hǎo de) means “better.”

C. 挺好的 (tǐng hǎo de) means “It’s quite good!”

D. 感到好些 (gǎn dào hǎo xiē) means “Feel better.”

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Comments

Wait, I cannot fathom it being so srtaightforawrd.

Just marked this site. Nice info.

The answer was obvious because the last word was “ma” the traditional form for a question.

I agree with you. One of the best ways to learn Chinese is by doing tests and learning from the answer analysis.

Different punctuation marks may lead to different meanings to the same word. “Feel better?” and “Feel better.” have totally different meanings. So I think this is one of the best ways to learn Chinese and distinguish between different phrases.

What is the difference between A and D in this test?

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