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gōng zuò
v./n. work; work, job
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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gōng zuò shí jiān
phr. working time
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tā xiàn zài gōng zuò hěn máng .
phr. He is very busy with his work now.
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wó yǐ jīng gōng zuò shí nián le
phr. I have been working for ten years.
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wó xiǎng huàn ge gōng zuò
phr. I want to try another job.
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wǒ zài kā fēi guǎn gōng zuò .
phr. I work in a coffee house.
zhǎo gōng zuò
phr. look for a job, hunt for a job
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nǐ zuò shén me gōng zuò
phr. What work do you do?
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wǒ gōng zuò tài máng le
phr. I am very busy at work.
zuó tiān wó yóu hěn duō gōng zuò
phr. yesterday I had much work to do
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tā zuò shén me gōng zuò
phr. What does he do?
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tā gōng zuò ma
phr. Does he work?
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wǒ zài zhōng guó gōng zuò .
phr. I work in China.
zhǔn bèi gōng zuò
nphr. preparation work