Decoded Slug: 若 (ruò) - If, in case

Mandarin Grammar Point
若 (ruò) - If, in case

若 (ruò) - If, in case

Short explanation:

Used to express a condition or hypothesis.


若 + Condition/Hypothesis, then...


Ruò míngtiān xià yǔ, wǒmen jiù bù qù gōngyuán sànbù le.
If it rains tomorrow, we will not go to the park for a walk.
Ruò nǐ bù xǐhuan zhè dào cài, wǒ kěyǐ huàn yī dào.
If you don't like this dish, I can change it.
Ruò tāmen lái qī yǐguò, wǒmen jiù huì kāishǐ kāihuì.
If their arrival time has passed, we will start the meeting.
Ruò nǐ xiǎng xué gāngqín, wǒ kěyǐ jiāo nǐ.
If you want to learn piano, I can teach you.

Long explanation:

'若 (ruò)' is a Chinese conjunction used for posing a condition or hypothesis in a sentence, similar to 'if' or 'in case' in English. The event or action appearing after this word is the hypothetical or conditional one.

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