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Pronunciation : ne
Meaning :
  1. used at the end of an interrogative sentence. (particle)
  2. used at the end of a declarative sentence to indicate the continuation of an action or situation. (particle)
  3. used at the end of a declarative sentence to reinforce the assertion. (particle)
  4. used to mark a pause in the middle of a sentence (often means “one way or another”). (particle)
Radical :
Strokes : 8
Traditional :
Usage : 29.9%
Also as :
1. Where is my school bag?
de shū bāo ne
我的 : my; mine
书包 : school bag
: indicating the sentence as a question
2. The teacher is still in the office.
lǎo shī hái zài bàn gōng shì ne
老师 : teacher
: still
: be
办公室 : office
: indicating the continuation of an action or situation
3. You think he’s stupid? Not him!
wéi shǎ ma ? cái shǎ ne
: you
以为 : think, believe, consider
: he, him
: stupid
: indicating a rhetorical question
: actually, really
: not
: used to reinforce the assertion
4. Uncle’s busy. Don’t disturb him.
shū shu máng zhe ne bié dǎo luàn
叔叔 : uncle
: busy
: added to a verb or adjective to indicate a continued action or state, often with the particle 呢 at the end of the sentence
: indicating a pause
: you
: do not
捣乱 : disturb
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