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yì bǎi líng yī
num. one hundred and one
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How is 一百零一 (yī bǎi líng yī) used in everyday conversation?
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一百零一 (yī bǎi líng yī) is used in everyday conversation to refer to the number one hundred and one. It is often used to describe a large number of items, such as when someone has a lot of things to do or a lot of items to buy. For example, someone might say 今天我有一百零一件事要做 (jīn tiān wǒ yǒu yī bǎi líng yī jiàn shì yào zuò, "I have one hundred and one things to do today"). It can also be used to describe a large number of people, such as when someone is talking about a large group of people. For example, someone might say 我们班有一百零一个学生 (wǒ men bān yǒu yī bǎi líng yī gè xué shēng, "Our class has one hundred and one students").
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