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Pronunciation : de
Meaning :
  1. used after an attribute; to. (particle)
  2. used to form a noun phrase or nominal expression. (particle)
  3. used after a verb or between a verb and its object to stress an element of the sentence. (particle)
Radical :
Strokes : 8
Traditional :
Usage : 95.9%
Also as : dì, dí
Sentences:
1. I love my country with every fiber of my being.
shēn ài de guó
: I
: deep, deeply
: love
: I
: used after an attribute
我的 : my, mine
祖国 : country
2. I’m under a lot of pressure.
de hěn
: I
: used after an attribute;
我的 : my, mine
压力 : pressure
: very
: big, a lot
3. This is yours and that is mine.
zhè shì de shì de
: this
: is
你的 : yours
: that
我的 : mine
4. Who bought it?
shuí mǎi de
: who
: buy
: used after a verb or between a verb and its object to stress an element of the sentence
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2 thoughts on “的”

  1. This website looks very good but I am trying to figure out how to write Chinese. I could just draw the letters, but stroke order is essential. Is that information here, and I have missed it?

    1. Hi Matt Howe,
      Sorry about the missing animated stroke order picture. While I transferred to the new server, some of the files gone.
      I will need some time to regenerate all the missing images.
      Stay tuned.
      Thanks.

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