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There are some differences between these two words. > “着急” Used as an adjective: 1. Something emergent happens (in other words, something horrible or fatal is very likely going to happen), and you feel upset. For example, when you lost your kids or you're going to be late for your work. Example 一位母亲因为找不到她的孩子而非常着急。(Can't use "担心") A ...


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由于 means "due to" or "because of". 因为 means "because". There are also some differences in usage too, 由于 is usually placed at the beginning of a sentence 由于天气恶劣,飞机被迫折返梳邦机场降落。 Due to the bad weather, the plane is forced to turn back to land at Subang Airport. 因为 can be used where the cause is stated following the effect 我不需要上学,因为今天是公共假日。 I don't ...


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An answer I found on Baidu Zhidao says this: 二者的区别在字面上,“行”注重过程,“办”强调事情,进行(集会、比赛等) The difference between the two words can be seen from the words themselves, “行” focuses on the process of events, while “办” emphases the thing things and the carrying out of such things themselves (meetings, competitions, etc). The following all use "举行" ~会谈 ~球赛 ...


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i would translate 激動 to "intensely emotional", where the emotion can be any sort of emotion, positive or negative (e.g. sorrow, anger, happiness). so it's very useful word because it can mean many things (despair, rage, ecstatic). and 衝動 means recklessness or impulsiveness driven by strong emotions, again any kind of emotion will do. typically the type of ...


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Verb + Directional Complement The direction verb immediately following the verb and indicating the direction of the action, is called the direction complement. If the object is a thing, it can be placed as: 他**带**了一份合同**回来** (Tā dài le yí fèn hétóng huílái) or 他**带回**一份合同**来** (Tā dài huí yí fèn hétóng lái) [Source: 当代中文 (Dāngdài Zhōngwén) Book ...



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