学写字【灯光】How to Write “Lights” in Chinese 各种照明灯具的中文汉字写法|中文教学 Learn Chinese

 

Types of Lights , 灯光的种类 , dēng guāng de zhǒng lèi :

table lamp , 台灯 , tái dēng 。
floor lamp , 落地灯 , luò dì dēng 。
chandelier , 吊灯 , diào dēng 。
wall lamp , 壁灯 , bì dēng 。
headlights , 车灯 , chē dēng 。
street lights , 路灯 , lù dēng 。

灯光,有两种解释:1.灯的亮光。2.指舞台上或摄影棚内的照明。灯光大致可以分为高光、聚光、散光、柔光、强光、焦点光等。

There are two explanations for lighting: 1. The light of the lamp. 2. Refers to the lighting on the stage or in the studio. Light can be roughly divided into high light, concentrated light, astigmatism, soft light, strong light, focus light and so on.
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学写汉字【电脑】Write “Computer” in Chinese – 台式机Desktop/笔记本电脑Laptop/平板电脑Tablet

 

电子计算机(亦称电脑)是利用数字电子技术,根据一系列指令指示并且自动执行任意算术或逻辑操作序列的设备。通用计算机因有能遵循被称为“程序”的一般操作集的能力而使得它们能够执行极其广泛的任务。

电脑 , diàn nǎo , computer
台式机 , tái shì jī , desktop
笔记本电脑 , bǐ jì běn diàn nǎo , laptop
平板电脑 , píng bǎn diàn nǎo , tablet
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汉语造句【出租车】Taxi in Chinese 各地方言大汇总|台湾 “计程车”|上海 “差头”|港澳地区“的士”

 

出租车,供人临时雇佣的汽车,多按里程或时间收费。台湾称作“计程车”,湖南、广东及港澳地区称为“的士”,新加坡及马来西亚一带则称为“德士”,上海称作“差头(cā dou)”出租车英文“taxi”为“taximeter”之略称,即为“计程表”或 “里程计”。

Taxis, cars for temporary employment, are often charged according to mileage or time. Taiwan is called “taxi”, Hunan, Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau are called “taxi”, Singapore and Malaysia are called “taxi”, and Shanghai is called “cā dǒu” taxi. English “taxi” is The abbreviation for “taximeter” means “taximeter” or “odometer”.
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学写汉字【动物】🐺Write “Animals” in Chinese – Tiger老虎/Lion狮子/Crocodile鳄鱼/Wolf狼/Elephant大象

 

xué xí yòng zhōng wén xiě dòng wù
学习用中文写动物
Learn to write animals in Chinese

Tiger, 老虎, lǎo hǔ,
Lion, 狮子, shī zi,
Wolf, 狼, láng,
Crocodile, 鳄鱼, è yú,
Elephant, 大象, dà xiàng,
Giraffe, 长颈鹿, cháng jǐng lù,
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学中文【双重否定】Double Negative Sentences in Chinese 加强肯定 (例句解析)

 

汉语中的双重否定 Double Negatives in Chinese(例句解析)

汉语有两种类型的双重否定句式:一是一般的双重否定句式,这是连用两个否定词组成的;二是特殊的双重否定句式,这是由一个否定词和一个反问词组成的反问句。 There are two types of double-negative sentence patterns in Chinese: one is a general double-negative sentence pattern, which is composed of two negative words; the other is a special double-negative sentence pattern, which is composed of a negative word and a rhetorical question.

否定性词语汇总 Summary of Negative Words
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