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Delivering your comments and judgments

Delivering your comments.
© Shanghai International Studies University
To deliver simple comments or judgements, we usually say “hǎo” for good, “bùhǎo” for not good. Here are some more expressions. Click to listen. Audio
  • fēi cháng hǎo — Excellent
  • hěn hǎo — very good búcuò — quite good
  • hái kě yǐ — not bad
  • bú tài hǎo — not good
  • hěn bù hǎo — very bad
© Shanghai International Studies University
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