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进 jìn: Meaning and Pronunciation / HSK 2

进 (jìn) English Meaning

  • to enter
  • to advance
  • to come (or go) into
  • to receive or admit
  • to eat or drink
  • to submit or present
  • (used after a verb) into, in
  • to score a goal

Traditional Character:  

Sample Sentences

  • 他望进门内。
    Tā wàng jìnmén nèi.
    He looked in at the door.
  • 她决定进房。
    Tā juédìng jìn fáng.
    She decided to enter the room.
  • 我们正要进房间。
    Wǒmen zhèng yào jìn fángjiān.
    We were just about to enter the room.
  • 我看见她进了房间。
    Wǒ kànjiàn tā jìnle fángjiān.
    I saw her enter the room.
  • 我的眼睛进了些沙。
    Wǒ de yǎnjīng jìnle xiē shā.
    I got some sand in my eye.
  • 进教室时请脱下帽子。
    Jìn jiàoshì shí qǐng tuō xià màozi.
    Take off your hat when you enter a classroom.

Stroke Order & Character Components

hsk 2 jin

进 (jìn): to advance; to enter; to come (or go) into; to receive or admit; to eat or drink; to submit or present; (used after a verb) into, in; to score a goal

  •  (chuò): brisk walking
  •  (jǐng): Jing, one of the 28 constellations of Chinese astronomy; surname Jing
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