Chengyu Series - Five Flowers and Eight Doors
Brief Lesson Summaries
IN THIS LESSON
ID: 4304 Elementary
Chengyu are Chinese idioms that consist of four characters. Although they originate from classical Chinese, Chengyu remain as an important aspect in both spoken and written language. They may seem erratic and confusing to you at first since they don’t follow the usual sentence order and their meanings depend heavily on context. But don’t worry, in this Chengyu series, we will introduce simple Chengyu made up with all the characters that you already knew, and you can infer the actual meaning by looking at the separate characters! In this lesson, let’s take a look at three Chengyu with number 五 (five) in them!
Mon Apr 27 2020 | Joy, Joe
|五花八门||wǔhuābāmén||myriad; all kinds of|
|五光十色||wǔguāngshísè||bright and multicolored; illuminated|
a variety of
xuésheng de wèntí zhēnshi wǔhuābāmén 。
There are all kinds of questions from students.
wǒmen wǎngzhàn shàng de Zhōngwén kè wǔhuābāmén 。
There are various Chinese lessons on our website.
zhè jiā cāntīng de cài wǔhuābāmén ，yǒu Yìndù cài 、Fǎguó cài ，háiyǒu Déguó cài 。
This restaurant has various cuisines. There’re Indian food, French food, and German food.
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