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What you posted is 常 (pinyin: chang2). It means always or often, and with New Year decorations, can appear in combination for example in well-wishing phrases about happiness, fortunes, health, etc. Recognition might be difficult because this is not the regular script typically seen in print text, but is instead written in semi-cursive script, also known as ...


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There could be two answers to this question. 1.拐 can pronounced as kuai in some dialects. For example, in Lufeng dialect, it's pronounced as kuai3. 2.擓(pronounced as kuai3 in Mandarin, Unicode:U+64D3). This character has three meanings: First, in some dialects it means scratch, such as ShanDong dialect and Mandarin of Jianghuai. Second, in others ...


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Please think: as a native speaker of English (or maybe some other languages), how often do you forget how to spell a word? I guess that situation hardly happens. As a native Chinese speaker, I seldom forget how to write characters. If I do forget, I would look it up with phones, computers or dictionaries, or ask someone around. If I can do none of these, I ...



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