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hao vs ni hao

What's the difference? Can someone please explain?

2 weeks ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/TheEeveeLord

好 (hao) literally means good. The phrase 你好 (ni hao) literally means "you good," but is the equivalent of "hello."

2 weeks ago

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... and by extension, 好 is frequently used for signaling agreement. Think of it as fine, okay, sure.

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