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庆祝 (qìngzhù) Celebration (Beginner)

Jan. 4, 2010

庆祝 (qìngzhù) Celebration    

The character “庆 (qìng)” means to celebrate and “祝 (zhù)” refers to wish

or pray to.



Jīnnián shèngdànjié de qìngzhù huódòng hěn shèngdà.

The celebration of Christmas this year is splendid.

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