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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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tā jīn tiān zhòng shǔ le , zhí hǎo zài jiā lǐ xiū xi .
phr. He has to rest at home for the heatstroke.
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xué xiào lí jī chǎng fēi cháng yuǎn , yú shì wó zhí hǎo zuò chū zū chē qù .
phr. The school was very far away from the airport, so I had to take a taxi.
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wài miàn tài liàng le , tā zhí hǎo mī zhe yǎn jing .
phr. She has to narrow her eyes, for it was too dazzling outside.
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tā bú xià lái , wó zhí hǎo shàng qu
phr. He doesn't want to come down, so I have to go upwards.
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chuán chén le , tā men zhí hǎo yóu yǒng táo shēng .
phr. When the boat sank they had to swim for their life.
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gōng sī méi yǒu bān chē , wó zhí háo dǎ di huí jiā .
phr. The company does not provide a scheduled bus, so I have to take a taxi home.
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gōng sī dǎo le , wǒ men zhí hǎo chóng xīn zhǎo gōng zuò
phr. The company collapsed and we had to find new jobs.
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yǔ xià de tài dà le , wǒ men zhí hǎo liú zài jiā lǐ .
phr. It was raining so heavily that we had to stay at home.
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nǐ men dōu bú qù wó zhí hǎo zì jǐ qù le .
phr. None of you will go. I have to go by myself.