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.
mā ma měi tiān jiú diǎn zhōng shàng bān .
phr. Mom goes to work at 9 o'clock every day.
dì tiě zài shàng bān gāo fēng shí jiān fēi cháng jǐ .
phr. It's always crowded in the subway during rush hours.
zhèng fǔ chàng yì wǒ men zuò gōng gòng qì chē ér bú shì kāi chē qù shàng bān .
phr. The government proposes we should travel to work by bus rather than driving a car.
tā shàng bān de shí hou yù dào le jiāo tōng dǔ sè, jié guǒ chí dào le .
phr. He is late for work because he was caught in the traffic jam.
àn shí shàng bān
phr. go to work on time
chú le chū zū qì chē wǒ shàng bān bú zuò qí tā chē
phr. Except for taxi, I do not take other vehicles to work.
bà ba jīn tiān shēn tǐ bú shì, méi yǒu qù shàng bān .
phr. Father doesn't feel well today so he doesn't go to work.
nǐ zài nǎr shàng bān
phr. Where do you work?
nǐ men yì bān jí diǎn shàng bān ?
phr. When do you usually go to work?
zuó tiān wǒ fā shāo le, suó yǐ méi yǒu lái shàng bān .
phr. I had a fever yesterday, so I didn't come to work.