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Will vs Can using 会 [會] huì Elementary

Will vs Can using 会 [會] huì

Fiona Tian, Gwilym
3006
Elementary
future, bicycle, taxi, grammar
know how to, expressing possibility or appraisal

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Will vs Can using 会 [會] huì Elementary

The character 会/會/huì can either mean "can" (a learned ability to do something) or "will" ( a future action or event happening). Knowing which one to use is all about context and the position in a sentence, and with a little bit of listening practice, will become second nature. Check out today's lesson to master the 会 character. You can and will do it!.
For an early Qing Wen about this topic, check out You Can and Will Use 会 (huì)!.


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