The Chinese word 巧克力 means “chocolate”. It is a loanword from English and is commonly used in China to refer to chocolate as a food item or ingredient. It can also be used in compound words such as 巧克力蛋糕 which means “chocolate cake”. Chocolate has become increasingly popular in China in recent years and can be found in many supermarkets and specialty stores.
|我喜欢吃巧克力||wǒ xǐhuān chī qiǎokèlì||I like to eat chocolate|
|她送给我一盒巧克力||tā sòng gěi wǒ yī hé qiǎokèlì||She gave me a box of chocolate|
|巧克力是我最喜欢的甜食之一||qiǎokèlì shì wǒ zuì xǐhuān de tiánshí zhī yī||Chocolate is one of my favorite sweets|
|我的狗喜欢吃巧克力，但是它对狗不好||wǒ de gǒu xǐhuān chī qiǎokèlì, dànshì tā duì gǒu bù hǎo||My dog likes to eat chocolate, but it’s not good for dogs|
|昨天晚上我买了一块巧克力蛋糕||zuótiān wǎnshàng wǒ mǎi le yī kuài qiǎokèlì dàngāo||I bought a piece of chocolate cake last night|
|巧克力可以让我感到快乐||qiǎokèlì kěyǐ ràng wǒ gǎndào kuàilè||Chocolate can make me feel happy|
|这家店的巧克力很好吃||zhè jiā diàn de qiǎokèlì hěn hǎo chī||The chocolate from this shop is very delicious|
巧克力 is part of HSK Level 4 in both HSK 2.0 and HSK 3.0.