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Mini-test Answer: 还好。(Beginner)

Jan. 25, 2011

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

The correct answer is D.

Analysis:

A. “一切都好 (yí qiè dōu hǎo)” means “Everything is fine.” “一切 (yí qiè)” means “everything.”

B. “不太好 (bú tài hǎo)” means “Not so good.”

C. “你好 (nǐ hǎo)” means “Hello.”

D. “还好 (hái hǎo)” means “Not too bad.”

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That’s way more clever than I was expecting. Tnhaks!

And I thought I was the sseinlbe one. Thanks for setting me straight.

I’d like to add some more phrases to this online Mandarin test: “任何事 anything,” “任何”means “any.”

In this online Mandarin test, I learned that “一切” means everything, but what’s the Chinese expression for “something?”

“一些事 something”, “一些” means “some”

The phrase “辛苦xīnkǔ” has various meanings in different context. I am not sure on what occasion did your friend say it to you. I just list one example that frequently happens in our daily life here.
When sb. say “辛苦了。(xīnkǔ le.)” after you help him, they means “Thank for your help.” On this occasion, you should answer”不用客气!(Bú yòng kèqi!),” which means “You’re welcome.”
I hope that it is what you want. If you have more questions, please leave me more detailed information, I am always very happy to hear from you.

Can someone please explain when a Chinese friend say 辛苦? How should I answer that? Thank you.

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