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Pronunciation :
Meaning :
  1. (third person singular for male) he; him. (pro)
  2. other; another; some other. (pro)
  3. used for either sex when the sex of a person is unknown or unimportant. (pro)
  4. (他的) his. (pro)
Radical :
Strokes : 5
Traditional :
Usage : 86.1%
Sentences:
1. He’s a teacher.
shì jiào shī
: he
: is
教师 : teacher
2. I have no other request.
méi yǒu yào qiú
: I, me
没有 : not have
其他 : other
要求 : request
3. I do not know if he is a man or woman.
xiǎo shì nán de hái shì de
: I, me
: cannot
晓得 : know
: he/she
: is
: man
还是 : or
: woman
: (used to form a noun phrase or nominal expression)
4. His suit looks good.
de zhuāng hěn hǎo kàn
西
他的 : his
西装 : suit
: very
好看 : nice-looking
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3 thoughts on “他”

  1. I just found you on twitter and checked out your site. You’re doing a great job with it!

    Unfortunately apart from the Michel Thomas courses which gave me some conversational basics, I’m not learning Mandarin at this time (have to work on Portuguese), but if I was learning it, I’d really subscribe to your site.

    Keep this up. 🙂

  2. I refer to the word “晓得” xiao3 de. I wonder what the difference between 知道 and 晓得. How do we use these words in certain context to ensure that the meanings can be conveyed correctly? Hope to hear from you soon.

    1. Hi Adrian,
      They have the same meaning, but “知道” is more formal than”晓得”.
      e.g:
      我不晓得他是男的还是女的。
      我不知道他是男的还是女的。

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