Chinese Pinyin - bang (磅)

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shellyuan
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Chinese Pinyin - bang (磅)

Post by shellyuan » Thu Oct 16, 2008 2:20 pm

Do you think it hard to combine the Chinese Pinyin with the character, here I find something about the word bang(磅) on http://www.hellomandarin.com/ilovechinese/characters/. Hope to help you get some clue.
磅 [bàng, páng]
国标码:B0F5 部首:石 笔画:15 笔顺:132514143454153
pound
weigh
scale
a measure word
例句与用法:
他赛前量体重比规定限度少几磅。
He weighed in at several pounds below the limit.
我每天打壁球,一个星期体重减轻了十磅。
I sweated off ten pounds in a week by playing squash every day.
我会给你一磅作为先付部分。
I will give you a pound in part payment.
我的代理人通知我,你还欠我100磅。
I have been instructed by my agent that you still owe me 100 pounds.
我每月的收入是200多磅。
My monthly income was just over 200 pounds.
这根金属线在断裂之前能承受五十磅的张力。
This wire will take 50 pounds tension before breaking.
我出10 磅钱买你这本书。
I’ll offer you 10 pounds for this book.
我上个月瘦了好几磅。
I lost several pounds last month.
hongh
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Re: Chinese Pinyin - bang (磅)

Post by hongh » Sat Oct 18, 2008 11:02 am

I think in China, most of the time, people will use Jin instead of pound, which is foreigners always used. Actually, I think most Chinese have no idea how much is a pound. To help you learn Chinese better, you can try http://www.learnchinese.bj.cn
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