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Pronunciation : shuí
Meaning :
  1. who; whom; whose. (pro)
  2. whoever. (pro)
  3. someone; anyone. (pro)
Radical :
Strokes : 10
Traditional :
Usage : 18.8%
Also as : shéi
Notes : shéi — variant pronunciation for 谁(shuí)
1. Who is he?
shì shuí
: he
: is
: who
2. Who is in charge here?
zhè shuí
这里 : here
: who
负责 : responsible, in charge
3. Whoever arrives first will eat first.
shuí xiān dào shuí xiān chī
: whoever
: first
: come, arrive
: eat
4. Everybody likes him.
shuí dōu huān
: everybody
: all
喜欢 : like
: he, him

7 thoughts on “谁”

  1. I am Shah. I have grown a strong attachment to Chinese these days.
    How long can it go? That i don’t know but it COULD die out if you
    gals and guys don’t respond positively.
    I am MA Eng and dream about becoming an MA Chinese. I love
    travelling, blogging, learning mandarin etc. I can teach you
    English (only if you need it). I have a good collection of
    amazing files. And astonishingly, i want visa on each and
    every empty page of my Passport. I love humanity for the
    sake of humanity. I can’t bear to see some one with tears
    in the eyes. I feel too much about those who need food,
    clothes and shelter. Education has been a driving force
    so for for me. Sympathy, guidance and love are the things,
    i think all the human race is in dire need of which. I want
    to share my thoughts with those who know how to hear someone
    and who are eager to become good neighbours in the global village.
    I hate lies. Cheating is No.1 crime in my book of morals and my
    school of ethics. A human being with cheat should not be called
    a son of man. He is coward and worse than the very name of hate.
    Chinese is my favorite language. I love chinese songs. Chinese
    are trutworthy people and they are full of unstained loveful
    emotions. Please respond tome positively at:
    farhad (UNDERSCORE)alishah(AT)yahoo(DOT)com.
    Wishing you best of luck for now and always.
    IT IS SHAH…………………
    the chinese language lover and admirer.
    How can i say good bye in chinese??????

    1. Hi Will,
      Yes. You can say that.
      But it is more correct to put a “都” in the sentence.

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