Chinese Notes
Chinese Notes

á a ā à ǎ

  1. a particle expressing affirmation, approval, or consent
    Domain: Modern Chinese 现代汉语 , Subdomain: Function Words 虚词 , Concept: Modal Particle 语气助词
    Notes: 1. 啊 may be used at the end of a sentence to indicate exclamation. 2. 啊 can be used at the end of a sentence to urge or exhort. 3. 啊 can be used at the end of an alternative style question, a affirmative-negative question, or a question with an interrogative pronoun to indicate an interrogative tone (Sun 2006, loc. 870).
  2. ā interjection expressing surprise or admiration
    Domain: Interjection 叹词
  3. à interjection grunt of agreement
    Domain: Interjection 叹词
  4. ǎ interjection expressing surprise or doubt
    Domain: Interjection 叹词
  5. á interjection expressing doubt or requiring answer
    Domain: Interjection 叹词

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Collection Document Title Occurrences
An Introduction to Chinese Grammar 汉语语法入门 目录导言 Contents and Introduction 10
The Book of Songs 《詩經》 國風‧邶‧北風 Lessons from the states - Odes of Bei - Bei Feng 4
The Book of Songs 《詩經》 國風‧衞‧氓 Lessons from the states - Odes of Wei - Mang 3
An Introduction to Chinese Grammar 汉语语法入门 句子用途 Sentence Use 2
Media articles 春晚 Spring Festival Gala b (2016-01-25) 1
Records of the Grand Historian 《史記》 《龜策列傳》 Biographies of Diviners 1