Today’s word of the day is 完 (wán) which means ‘finish’. Let’s practice by making different words, phrases, and sentences with 完 (wán).
看完 (kàn wán) To finish reading
The first word is 看完 (kàn wán) which means ‘to finish reading’. Let’s look at each character of this word, 看 means ‘to read’ and 完 means ‘finish’. A way of using it in a sentence is: 我还没看完这本书。(Wǒ hái méi kàn wán zhè běn shū.) I haven’t finished reading this book yet.
吃完 (chī wán) To finish eating
Another word we can create with 完 (wán) is 吃完 (chī wán). This means ‘to finish eating’. Let’s look at each character of this word, 吃 means ‘to eat’ and 完 means ‘to finish’. A of using it in a sentence is 你吃完了吗？ (Nǐ chī wánle ma?) Have you finished eating?
卖完 (mài wán) To be sold out
Finally, we can create the word 卖完 (mài wán) which means ‘to be sold out’. The 卖 here means ‘to sell’. A way of using it in a sentence is 我们通通卖完了。(Wǒmen tōngtōng mài wánle) We have completely sold out.