"He"...can you use it? What time?
I find it interesting the distinction between basic, intermediate and advanced. I really think that frequency of use of words might be a good metric. Lower frequency words add interest and variety to speech.
I have no trouble expressing 'time' in Chinese,
But the other day a friend of mine texted this to me, and I thought..how interesting. I understood everything, except for one character, although this didn't prevent me from understanding. It's the ‘何’ hanzi, he2.
It's like not a verb, adjective, and (to me) shows up in weird places in sentences.
明天去北京 不知 何时回。
I thought maybe some other' would find this intersting, maybe some Cpodders who are familiar with it could talk with me about it a bit.
Look forward to an upcoming lesson on it. Is it in any lessons?
(When will we be able to search by hanzi? 'he' has too many sound-a-likes to make the English search results useful.
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