你 (Chinese PinYin: [nǐ]; traditional Chinese:你) may mean: (1) pronoun. You; your; (2) pronoun. Your end. It is one of the most frequently used Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 你的 (your), 你方 (your side), 你们 (you), 迷你 (mini), 你好 (hello), 我的家乡 (my hometown), 你来我往 (communicate; back-and-forth), 你妈的 (swear words: fuck you), 给你 (here you are), 我喜欢你 (I like you), 我爱你 (I love you).
1. How to pronounce 你?
Chinese Pinyin: [nǐ]
Pronunciation examples: Please click to play the below audio.
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 你
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 你
Fixed expression: 你的 (your), 你方 (your side), 你们 (you), 迷你 (mini),
Collocation: 你好 (hello), 我的家乡 (my hometown), 你来我往 (communicate; back-and-forth), 你妈的 (swear words: fuck you), 给你 (here you are), 我喜欢你 (I like you), 我爱你 (I love you),
Idioms: 你死我活 (life-and-death), 你追我赶 (race each other),
4. How to use 你 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 你.
Translation: I agree with your suggestion.
Translation: I like to make a deal with you.
Translation: Let me teach you some flirting skills.
4.4 一首歌的副歌经常被认为是歌曲中最重要的部分，如果做得好的话，在你听到它后, 它能在你的脑海里停留数个小时甚至数天。
Translation: A song’s chorus is often regarded as the most vital part of the song and the part that if done correctly sticks in your head for hours, even days after you’ve heard it.
4.5 你觉得新的电影怎么样, 是尬演吗?
Translation: What do you think about the new movie, is it terrible acting?
Translation: Have you started the so-called buddhist lifestyle like others?
Translation: It’s likely that you’re a victim of ghostlighting.
Translation: What can I do for you?
5. Stroke Order
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