The Chinese word “日记” means “diary” or “journal” in English. It is a common noun used to refer to a written record of daily events, thoughts, and feelings. 日记 is often used by individuals to document their personal experiences, reflect on their emotions, and track their progress over time. It is also used in educational settings as a tool for language learning and self-reflection. In Chinese culture, keeping a daily diary is considered a valuable habit for personal growth and self-awareness.
|昨天我写了一篇日记||zuótiān wǒ xiěle yī piān rìjì||Yesterday I wrote a diary entry|
|我每天晚上都会写日记||wǒ měi tiān wǎnshàng dōu huì xiě rìjì||I write a diary every night|
|我的日记本已经写满了一页||wǒ de rìjì běn yǐjīng xiě mǎnle yī yè||My diary book is already filled with one page|
|我的日记记录了我生活中的点点滴滴||wǒ de rìjì jìlùle wǒ shēnghuó zhōng de diǎndiǎndīdī||My diary records the bits and pieces of my life|
|我的日记里有很多有趣的故事||wǒ de rìjì lǐ yǒu hěnduō yǒuqù de gùshì||There are many interesting stories in my diary|
|我的日记是我最好的朋友||wǒ de rìjì shì wǒ zuì hǎo de péngyǒu||My diary is my best friend|
|我喜欢用彩色笔在日记上画画||wǒ xǐhuān yòng cǎisè bǐ zài rìjì shàng huà huà||I like to draw with colored pens in my diary|
|我的日记记录了我的成长历程||wǒ de rìjì jìlùle wǒ de chéngzhǎng lìchéng||My diary records my growth journey|
日记 is part of HSK Level 4 in both HSK 2.0 and HSK 3.0.