Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Chinese Language Learning Program Lesson 161 – “不会,不能” in Chinese

Chinese Language Learning Program
Lesson 161 – “不会,不能” in Chinese

Hello, everyone. Welcome back. This is Baixue’s Chinese Language Learning Program. Last time we talked about about “常常, 经常, 时常, 平时, 平常 and通常” in Chinese. Today, we will talk about “不会,不能” in Chinese.

bù huì
(will not; unable. Do not know how to do something or do not want to do something.)

bái xuě bù huì chōu yān
                  (Bai Xue does not smoke.)

tā bèi pàn le wǒ,  wǒ yǒng yuǎn bù huì yuán liàng tā.
     我,我                               他。
(He betrayed me, so I will never forgive him.)

wǒ bù huì shuō xī bān yá yǔ.
             西      语。(I do not speak Spanish.)

xiàn zài kàn lái tā shì bù huì lái le.
(From what we see, perhaps he won't come at all.)

bù néng
      (can not; unable. May know how to do something, but can not do it. Because this thing may be not good or be not permitted)

Bái xuě bù néng chōu yān
                      烟。(Bai Xue can not smoke.)

tā yīn jiàn kāng yuán yīn ér bù néng gōng zuò.
(He can not work due to health reasons.)

wǒ xiàn zài bù néng huí dá nǐ.
(I can not give you the answer right now.)

nǐ bù néng nà yàng zuò. nà yàng zuò shì bù duì de.
你不                 做,那                  的。
(You can not do that. That is so wrong.)

So, from the above examples, we can see the difference between 不会 and 不能. So hope you can use this two words to make some Chinese sentences correctly.

 Ok, that is all for today.

xiè  xiè!
    ! (Thanks!)

xià  cì  jiàn
     !  (See you next time!)

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