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Jul
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comment Does 给你 mean “Here you go?”
and you could even simply say "给" in this situation, which is casual or could be not impolite.
Jul
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Jul
23
revised Different names for each of the fingers
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Jul
23
comment Different names for each of the fingers
@mayueyang Yes, you can call it 小拇指. I personally don't like to use that word. Thanks, and I will edit my answer.
Jul
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Jul
15
comment Is this a Chinese Proverb?
Can you provide more info and context? I searched the translated version by @NS.X, but I did not find any origin either. I haven't heard of such a proverb in Chinese, but I can give you a similar proverb in Japanese. >聞くは一時の恥 聞かぬは一生の恥 >Asking is a shame in a while, while not asking is a shame in all your life
Jul
6
reviewed Approve Words referring to the shape of Chinese characters
Jul
3
comment How to ask “is it really so that…”?
Hi, welcome to this site! As for your question, I've suffered it too, but the moderator Alenanno gave me a good solution-just use the html tag <Strong>words</Strong> to make the words in bold.
Jul
3
revised Words referring to the shape of Chinese characters
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Jul
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comment Words referring to the shape of Chinese characters
@BertR It's very kind of you to improve my answer. Of course I don't mind, instead, I want to say "thank you". Sorry for my late reply. I am very busy.
Jul
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Jun
25
answered Words referring to the shape of Chinese characters
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Jun
18
revised Are 平常 and 通常 essentially interchangeable?
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Jun
18
comment Are 平常 and 通常 essentially interchangeable?
+1 for good suggestion. I have add a new example to my answer.
Jun
16
answered Are 平常 and 通常 essentially interchangeable?
May
25
comment What is the difference between 试验 and 实验?
Anyone can propose a question here even he knows the answer already, as long as the question can benefit the community. This site is a little quiet now and I think more such questions are welcomed,at least in my opinion.
May
17
comment How to say “meeting” in Chinese?
@JamesJiao I think it should be Chinese Language & Usage