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JLC Chinese Character Lesson 34 – bi, hua 匕比必毕毙化花华哗

Posted by Grace Feng on February 12, 2013

This is a Learn Mandarin Online Chinese Character Lesson series copyrighted by Just Learn Chinese. If this is your first time reading this, please read JLC Chinese Character Lesson Guide first.

1. Main Chinese pronunciation for these characters:

bi

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hua

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2. Chinese characters that we’ll learn and memorize today

JLC Chinese Character Lesson 35 – bi, hua匕比必毕毙化花华哗

All of them contain “sound component” of  “” or ““. Let’s get into details. Characters marked with a “*” are less frequent ones:

Simplified Chinese Traditional Chinese Mandarin Pinyin English Definition Example Word Meaning Radical
bi3 knife [hanzi]匕首[/hanzi] bi3 shou3 (knife)
bi3 to compare [hanzi]比赛[/hanzi] bi3 sai4 (competetion)
bi4 certainly; must [hanzi]必须[/hanzi] bi4 xun1 (must)
bi4 complete [hanzi]毕生[/hanzi] bi4 sheng1 (the whole lifetime) ten
毙* 斃* bi4 to die violently [hanzi]枪毙[/hanzi] qiang1 bi4 (execute by shooting) death
hua4 melt; transform [hanzi]变化[/hanzi] bian4 hua4 (transform) people
hua1 flower [hanzi]花朵[/hanzi] hua1 duo3 (flower) grass
hua2 abbr. for China; [hanzi]中华[/hanzi] zhong1 hua2 (China) ten
哗* 嘩* hua1 to create a disturbance [hanzi]喧哗[/hanzi] xuan1 hua2 (to create a disturbance) mouth

3. Chinese Character Quiz

Are you ready for a test now? See how much you could memorize? The left character is simplified, the right character is traditional. Let me know!


JLC Chinese Character Quiz (中文字练习) - bi, hua

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Question 1

化, 化

A

abbr. for China;

B

certainly; must

C

melt; transform

D

flower

Question 2

哗, 嘩

A

abbr. for China

B

to die violently

C

complete

D

to create a disturbance

Question 3

毙, 斃

A

melt; transform

B

abbr. for China;

C

to die violently

D

to compare

Question 4

必, 必

A

certainly; must

B

to die violently

C

flower

D

abbr. for China;

Question 5

毕, 畢

A

abbr. for China;

B

complete

C

flower

D

to die violently

Question 6

华, 華

A

melt; transform

B

to create a disturbance

C

abbr. for China;

D

flower

Question 7

比, 比

A

certainly; must

B

complete

C

abbr. for China;

D

to compare

Question 8

匕, 匕

A

certainly; must

B

melt; transform

C

knife

D

to compare

Question 9

花, 花

A

abbr. for China;

B

flower

C

complete

D

to create a disturbance

Once you are finished, click the button below. Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect. Get Results
There are 9 questions to complete.

 

 

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4 Responses to “JLC Chinese Character Lesson 34 – bi, hua 匕比必毕毙化花华哗”

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    Yami no Serena:

    04-19-2015 3:30 pm

    Why in all these characters sometimes in 匕 one line crosses the other and sometimes – not?

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      Grace Feng:

      04-20-2015 1:08 pm

      Yami, this is just the way it was preferred in calligraphy. If it sits on the left hand side, it’s a line across “—”. If it sits on the right hand side, which means the “ending side”, then it’s a “丿”。

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    Dedicated servers:

    04-19-2017 9:19 pm

    As a Chinese, I think this online dictionary is very good, not only for translation, but also for learning Chinese since it has a forum. I truly hope that you can add this dictionary to your website, so foreigners can learn Chinese more easily.

    Reply

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