Today’s word of the day is 地 (dì) which means ground. Let’s practice by making different words, phrases, and sentences with 地 (dì).
扫地 (sǎo dì) To sweep
The first word is 扫地 (sǎo dì) which is a verb that means to sweep. 扫 means to sweep and 地 means floor. A way of using it in a sentence is: 你能帮我扫地吗? (Nǐ néng bāng wǒ sǎodì ma?) Can you help me sweep the floor? Ask this to someone who needs to do the house chores too.
地址 (dì zhǐ) Address
Another word we can create with 地 (dì) is 地址 (dì zhǐ). This means address. A way of using it in a sentence is 你的地址是什么? (Nǐ de dìzhǐ shì shénme?) What is your address?
地方 (dì fāng) Place
Finally, we can create the word 地方 (dì fāng) which means place. A way of using it in a sentence is 我记得这个地方。 (Wǒ jìdé zhège dìfāng.) I remember this place.