Decoded Slug: 再 (zài) - Again

Mandarin Grammar Point
再 (zài) - Again

再 (zài) - Again

Short explanation:

Used to express the repetition of an action or situation.


Subject + Verb + 再 + Verb/Object


Míngtiān wǒmen zài qù gōngyuán ba, jīntiān tài wǎn le.
Let's go to the park again tomorrow, it's too late today.
Tā duì wǒ shuō, zài jiàn, ránhòu líkāi le.
She said to me, 'Goodbye,' and then she left.
Wǒ zài shì yīcì, rúguǒ hái bùxíng, wǒ jiù fàngqì.
I will try again, if it still doesn't work, I will give up.
Nǐ kěyǐ zài shuō yībiàn nǐ de míngzì ma? Wǒ méi tīng qīng.
Can you say your name again? I didn't hear clearly.

Long explanation:

The word '再 (zài)' in Mandarin Chinese is used to indicate that an action or event is happening again, or will happen in the future. It corresponds to the English word 'again'. '再' can be used to express that something will be done one more time or again in the future. Furthermore, '再' is used to suggest that a situation will continue to exist.

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