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běi jīng
n. Beijing (the capital city of China)

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.
EXAMPLES
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ní yǐ qián lái guo běi jīng ma
phr. Have you ever been in Beijing?
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zhè shì wǒ dì yī cì lái běi jīng
phr. This is my first trip to Beijing.
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wǒ yí dào běi jīng, jiù gěi péng you dǎ le gè diàn huà .
phr. As soon as I arrived in Beijing, I telephoned my friend.
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běi jīng lí xiāng gǎng fēi cháng yuǎn .
phr. Beijing is far away from Hong Kong.
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běi jīng shì shì zhōng guó de shǒu dū
phr. Beijing is the capital city of China.
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wǒ pèng qiǎo zài běi jīng yù jiàn le tā .
phr. I happened to meet her in Beijing.
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wó hén xǐ huan běi jīng zhè gè chéng shì
phr. I like Beijing city very much.
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wǒ cóng lái méi yǒu qù guo běi jīng .
phr. I have never been to Beijing.
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zhè shì wǒ dì yī huí lái běi jīng .
phr. This is the first time I have come to Beijing.
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zhè tiáo lù tōng xiàng běi jīng .
phr. This road leads to Beijing.
běi jīng fàn diàn
n. Beijing Hotel
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nǐ lái běi jīng duō cháng shí jiān le ?
phr. How long have you been in Beijing?