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Chinese synonyms - Fall: 摔 shuāi & 掉 diào

I tried to figure out the difference between these two words, and here are some notes on what I found out. Please share if there is anything else I'm not catching here :) 摔 [shuāi] is used for two kinds of falling:A person falling over by accident: 老人摔倒了。lǎo rén shuāi dǎo le. Someone getting…See More
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Chinese synonyms - Fall: 摔 shuāi & 掉 diào

I tried to figure out the difference between these two words, and here are some notes on what I found out. Please share if there is anything else I'm not catching here :) 摔 [shuāi] is used for two kinds of falling:A person falling over by accident: 老人摔倒了。lǎo rén shuāi dǎo le. Someone getting…See More
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Chinese synonyms - Fall: 摔 shuāi & 掉 diào

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I tried to figure out the difference between these two words, and here are some notes on what I found out. Please share if there is anything else I'm not catching here :)



 [shuāi] is used for two kinds of falling:



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