我 (Chinese PinYin: [wǒ]; traditional Chinese:我) may mean: (1) pronoun. I; me; my; (2) pronoun. We; us; our; (3) pronoun. Oneself. It is one of the most frequently used Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 我们 (we; us; our), 我的 (my), 我的大学 (my university), 你和我 (you and me), 我爱你 (I love you), 我发誓 (I swear), 相信我 (trust me), 告诉我 (tell me).
1. How to pronounce 我?
Chinese Pinyin: [wǒ]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 我
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 我
Fixed expression: 我方 (we; our end), 我们 (we; us; our),
Collocation: 我见 (my opinion), 我的 (my), 我的大学 (my university), 你和我 (you and me), 我爱你 (I love you), 我发誓 (I swear), 相信我 (trust me), 告诉我 (tell me),
Idioms: 我行我素 (stick to one’s old way of doing things), 尔虞我诈 (each trying to cheat the other), 你死我活 (life-and-death), 我行我素 (stick to one’s old way of doing things), 人不犯我，我不犯人 (we will not attack unless we are attacked),
4. How to use 我 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 我.
Translation: I told Oliver, “You know damn well we wouldn’t do that.
Translation: Peter wanted to do a dance track with us. It has no verse, only a chorus.
4.3 我是屌丝的一员, 我们是普通的在为梦想奋斗的中国人
Translation: I’m one of the diaosi, we are common Chinese who are fighting for our dreams.
Translation: That reminds me. My diamond anniversary is tomorrow.
4.5 从他很小的时候我就关注他, 他现在还是一个小鲜肉!
Translation: I have been watching him since childhood and he is still a fresh meat!
Translation: I did Kung Fu in a Shaolin Temple in China so I am going to share my experiences with you.
Translation: And sometimes, even after explanation, I just don’t find the laughing point.
Translation: I am having a manicure this afternoon.
5. Stroke Order
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