The Chinese word “做” means “to do” or “to make”. It is a versatile verb that can be used in a variety of contexts, such as asking someone what they are doing or describing an action that you are about to take. For example, you might say “我在做饭” to mean “I am cooking dinner” or “你想做什么？” to ask “What do you want to do?” Overall, “做” is a fundamental verb in Chinese that is used frequently in everyday conversation.
Verb: to do, to make
|我喜欢做饭||wǒ xǐhuān zuòfàn||I like to cook|
|他每天都要做运动||tā měitiān dōu yào zuò yùndòng||He exercises every day|
|她正在做作业||tā zhèngzài zuò zuòyè||She is doing homework|
|我们要做好准备||wǒmen yào zuòhǎo zhǔnbèi||We need to be well-prepared|
|他们在做生意||tāmen zài zuò shēngyì||They are doing business|
|她不喜欢做家务||tā bù xǐhuān zuò jiāwù||She doesn’t like to do housework|
|我们需要做出一个决定||wǒmen xūyào zuò chū yīgè juédìng||We need to make a decision|
|我们可以做一个交易||wǒmen kěyǐ zuò yīgè jiāoyì||We can make a deal|
做 is part of HSK Level 1 in both HSK 2.0 and HSK 3.0.