Decoded Slug: 假如 (jiǎrú) - If, supposing

Mandarin Grammar Point
假如 (jiǎrú) - If, supposing

假如 (jiǎrú) - If, supposing

Short explanation:

Used to express hypothetical situations or conditions.

Formation:

'假如' + Condition clause + ', ' + Result clause.

Examples:

假如你来我家,我会做好吃的给你。
Jiǎrú nǐ lái wǒ jiā, wǒ huì zuò hǎochī de gěi nǐ.
If you come to my house, I will make delicious food for you.
假如明天下雨,我们的照片就得取消了。
Jiǎrú míngtiān xià yǔ, wǒmen de zhàopiàn jiù dé qǔxiāo le.
If it rains tomorrow, our picnic will have to be cancelled.
假如我有一百万美元,我会买一栋大房子。
Jiǎrú wǒ yǒu yī bǎi wàn měiyuán, wǒ huì mǎi yī dòng dà fángzi.
If I had a million dollars, I would buy a big house.
假如你不喜欢这个礼物,我可以去换一个你喜欢的。
Jiǎrú nǐ bù xǐhuān zhège lǐwù, wǒ kěyǐ qù huàn yīgè nǐ xǐhuān de.
If you don't like this gift, I can go exchange it for one you do like.

Long explanation:

The Mandarin Chinese phrase '假如 (jiǎrú)' is a conjunction that is used to suppose or imagine a hypothetical situation or condition in the future or present. It is equivalent to 'if' or 'supposing' in English. When using '假如', it is important to note that it is usually used in more formal or written language.
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