Decoded Slug: 非...不可 (fēi... bùkě) - Must, have to

Mandarin Grammar Point
非...不可 (fēi... bùkě) - Must, have to

非...不可 (fēi... bùkě) - Must, have to

Short explanation:

Used to express necessity or imperative action.


Subject + 非 + Verb/Action + 不可


Wèile jiànkāng, měitiān duànliàn shēntǐ fēicháng jiànkāng fēi jiànkāng bùkě.
For health, exercising every day is a must.
Yào xiǎng xué hǎo Zhōngwén, chízhīyǐhéng fēi yào xué bùkě.
To learn Chinese well, you must persevere.
Cānjiā zhè cì lǚxíng de rén fēi mǎi jīpiào bùkě.
People participating in this trip must buy airplane tickets.
Tā wèile yào dédào nà fèn gōngzuò fēi děi quánlì yǐfù bùkě.
He must do his best in order to get that job.

Long explanation:

The phrase '非...不可 (fēi... bùkě)' in Mandarin Chinese is used to express the idea of 'must' or 'have to' in English. It enforces a strong necessity or emphasizes the importance of a particular action, showing that there is no other option or alternatives.

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