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phr. is going to, is about to
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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.
EXAMPLES
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wǒ kuài è sǐ le .
phr. I'm starving.
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wó shǒu jī kuài méi diàn le , xiān guà le .
phr. I must hang up now because the battery is very low.
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kuài kǎo shì le , wǒ yào zhuā jǐn shí jiān wēn xí yīng yǔ
phr. The exam is coming soon. I will spend all my time reviewing English.
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wǒ kuài sì shí le , hái méi yǒu jié hūn , fù mǔ dōu tì wǒ fā chóu .
phr. I am almost forty, but still unmarried. Even my parents are worried about me.
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qì chē yì zhí zài dōu quān zi , wǒ dōu kuài yūn le .
phr. The car was circling for a long time, and I almost fainted.
wǒ kuài chéng shū dāi zi le
phr. I'm about to become a bookworm.
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wǒ de dù pí dōu kuài chēng pò le
phr. My stomach is ready to burst from eating too much.
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tiān lěng de hěn , kě néng kuài yào xià xuě le
phr. The weather is very cold. It might snow really soon.
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kuài dào le ma ?
phr. Are (we) almost there?; Have (we) arrived?