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Why is 为何 (wèi hé) used instead of another word?
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为何 (wèi hé) is a Chinese phrase that is used to ask "why". It is composed of two characters: 为 (wèi) which means "for" or "on behalf of" and 何 (hé) which means "what". Together, they form the phrase 为何 (wèi hé) which literally translates to "for what" or "on behalf of what". This phrase is used to ask why something is the way it is or why something happened. It is a more formal way of asking "why" than other Chinese phrases such as 为什么 (wèi shén me) which literally translates to "for what reason".
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