Author: Qi Zhao
Language: Mandarin Chinese
Publisher: Xin hua shu dian Beijing fa xing suo fa xing; Di 1 ban edition (1990)
Category: Foreign Language Study & Reference
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Publisher: Zhongguo zheng fa da xue chu ban she, 1994. ISBN 10: 7562012601 ISBN 13: 9787562012603.
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行我素 (wǒ xíng wǒ sù): to stick to your own way of doing things. 发冲冠 (nù fà chōng guān): Literally hair stands up in anger and tips off one’s hat. 57. 栩栩如生 (xǔ xǔ rú shēng): as vivid as life. 58. 莞尔一笑 (wǎn’ěr yī xiào): to give a faint smile. 迁怒于人 (qiān nù yú rén): To vent one’s anger on an innocent party. What are some chinese idioms for sad? Some examples of idioms for sadness are: 强忍悲痛 (qiáng rěn bēi tòng): To try hard to suppress one’s grief. 不自胜 (bēi bù zì shèng): Unable to control one’s grief; overwrought. 悲为喜 (zhuǎn bēi wéi xǐ): To turn grief into happiness.
This Pinyin table includes all Mandarin Chinese syllables. Hanyu Pinyin is the official system to transcribe Mandarin Chinese sounds into the Roman alphabet. It was invented in 1950s, and adopted as a standard in mainland China in 1958. Pinyin is used for several purposes, such as teaching Chinese, transcribing names and places into the roman alphabet, and used as an input method for typing Chinese characters. Pinyin is not the only system devised to transcribe Chinese sounds into roman letters.
Fa Zheng (onyomi: Hō Sei) was a vassal who first worked for Liu Zhang. After Liu Bei invaded the province, he served his new lord as a master strategist. He was greatly favored by Liu Bei and was considered one of his closest advisors. Zhuge Liang had even stated that the disaster of the Battle of Yiling would not have occurred if Fa Zheng was still alive.