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xiě zuò
v. write

Simplified Chinese

Traditional Chinese

Simplified stroke orders are based on the 'Standard of National Commonly-used Mandarin Chinese Characters (现代汉语通用字笔顺规范)', issued by the China National Language and Character Working Committee (国家语言文字工作委员会) on April 7th 1997. Traditional stroke orders are based on information issued by the Taiwan Ministry of Education.
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ài hào xiě zuò de rén xiǎng jiā rù zuò jiā xié huì .
phr. People who like writing want to join the writers' association.
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bā jīn zài èr shí shì jì èr shí nián dài kāi shǐ le tā de xiě zuò shēng yá .
phr. Ba Jin started composing his works in the 1920s.
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huí dào shàng hái yǐ hòu , bā jīn jì xù xiě zuò .
phr. Upon returning to Shanghai, Ba Jin continued his writing.
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tā shèn zhì wǎn nián shēng bìng de shí hou dōu bù céng fàng qì xiě zuò .
phr. She never gave up writing even while she was sick during her later years.
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chū xué xiě zuò , wén bǐ nán miǎn zhì nèn
phr. When beginning to learn writing, one's style of writing will be unavoidably childish.
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wǒ bèi tā qīng xuán de xiě zuò fēng gé xī yǐn le
phr. I'm fascinated by his writing style, which is both fresh and profound.
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tā zhèng mēn tóu xiě zuò
phr. He is immersing himself in writing.
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nǐ zhè bú suàn xiě zuò , ér shì zài duī qì zì jù
phr. What you are doing cannot be counted as writing. (You) are only piling up words and phrases.