Today’s word of the day is 子 (zǐ) which means child. Let’s practice by making different words, phrases, and sentences with 子 (zǐ).
王子 (wáng zǐ) Prince
The first word is 王子 (wáng zǐ) which means ‘prince’. Let’s look at each character of this word, 王 means king and 子 means child. A way of using it in a sentence is: 英国威廉王子夫妇为了孩子搬家。(Yīngguó wēilián wángzǐ fūfù wèile háizi bānjiā) Prince William and his wife moved for their children.
儿子 (ér zi) Son
Another word we can create with 子 (zǐ) is 儿子 (ér zi). This means ‘son’. A sentence you may hear in many dramas is 他不是你的儿子。(Tā bú shì nǐ de érzi.) He isn’t your son.
孙子 (sūn zi) Grandson
Finally, we can create the word 孙子 (sūn zi) which means ‘grandson’. A way of using it in a sentence is 他有一个孙女和一个孙子。(Tā yǒu yīgè sūnnǚ hé yīgè sūnzi.) He has a granddaughter and a grandson.