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ne
par. marker of a special, alternative or rhetorical question; used to mark a pause in a sentence
Other meanings
[ne]   par. (used at the end of a declarative sentence) indicating the continuation of an action or situation; marker of a declarative sentence
[ní]   char. woolen (cloth), coating of wool (not used alone)
    mouth

Simplified Chinese

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Traditional Chinese

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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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wèi shén me bù ne ?
phr. (with an inquisitive tone) Why not?
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nǐ de shǒu jī ne
phr. Where is your cellphone?; (asking a related question) What about your cellphone?
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xiǎo mèi wèi shén me kū le ne ?
phr. Why did (your) younger sister cry?
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tāng ne ?
phr. Where's the soup?
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nà lǎo shī ne ?
phr. So what about the teacher(s)?; So where is the teacher?
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sān hào de ne ?
phr. What about on the 3rd (of a month)?
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wǒ shí liù suì . xiǎo míng , nǐ ne ?
phr. I am sixteen. What about you, Xiaoming?
​儿​?
​兒​?
nǐ zài nǎr ne ?
phr. Where are you?
​儿​?
​兒​?
nǐ wèi shén me bù hē diánr shuǐ ne ?
phr. Why don't you drink some water?
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wǒ néng bu néng qù ne ?
phr. Can I go or not? (with a tone of uncertainty)
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ní xǐ huan hóng de hái shì hēi de ne ?
phr. Do you like the red one or the black one?