The Chinese word 特别 means “special” or “particular”. It is commonly used to describe something that is unique, different, or out of the ordinary. For example, you might use 特别 to describe a special event, a unique feature of a product, or a particular talent or skill that someone possesses. The word can also be used to express emphasis or to indicate that something is especially important or noteworthy. Overall, 特别 is a versatile word that can be used in a variety of contexts to convey a sense of uniqueness or specialness.
Adjective: special, particular
|我特别喜欢吃巧克力||wǒ tèbié xǐhuān chī qiǎokèlì||I especially like to eat chocolate|
|这个地方特别美丽||zhège dìfāng tèbié měilì||This place is especially beautiful|
|他对这个问题特别感兴趣||tā duì zhège wèntí tèbié gǎn xìngqù||He is particularly interested in this issue|
|这件事情对他来说特别重要||zhè jiàn shìqíng duì tā lái shuō tèbié zhòngyào||This matter is especially important to him|
|她的礼服特别漂亮||tā de lǐfú tèbié piàoliang||Her dress is especially beautiful|
|我们特别感谢你的帮助||wǒmen tèbié gǎnxiè nǐ de bāngzhù||We are especially grateful for your help|
|今天的天气特别冷||jīntiān de tiānqì tèbié lěng||Today’s weather is especially cold|
|这个音乐会特别精彩||zhège yīnyuèhuì tèbié jīngcǎi||This concert is especially wonderful|
特别 is part of HSK Level 3 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 2.