The Chinese word 价格 means “price” in English. It is a combination of two characters: 价 which means “value” and 格 which means “standard”. It is commonly used in everyday conversation to refer to the cost of goods or services. For example, when shopping in China, you might ask “这个东西多少钱？” which means “How much does this item cost?” The response would typically include the word 价格 followed by the amount.
|这个商品的价格很合理||zhè gè shāngpǐn de jiàgé hěn hélǐ||The price of this product is very reasonable|
|我们需要降低成本来提高产品的价格竞争力||wǒmen xūyào jiàngdī chéngběn lái tígāo chǎnpǐn de jiàgé jìngzhēnglì||We need to reduce costs to increase the price competitiveness of our products|
|这家餐厅的价格比较贵，但是菜品很好||zhè jiā cāntīng de jiàgé bǐjiào guì, dànshì càipǐn hěn hǎo||The price of this restaurant is relatively expensive, but the food is very good|
|房价在这个城市一直在上涨||fángjià zài zhège chéngshì yīzhí zài shàngzhǎng||Housing prices have been rising in this city|
|这个品牌的产品价格比其他品牌高出很多||zhège pǐnpái de chǎnpǐn jiàgé bǐ qítā pǐnpái gāo chū hěnduō||The price of this brand’s products is much higher than other brands|
|你能否给我一个价格合适的建议？||nǐ néngfǒu gěi wǒ yīgè jiàgé hésuì de jiànyì?||Can you give me a suggestion with an appropriate price?|
价格 is part of HSK Level 4 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 3.