The Chinese word 眼睛 means “eyes”. It is a common noun used to refer to the organs of sight in humans and animals. In Chinese culture, the eyes are often considered to be a window to the soul, and they are believed to reveal a person’s emotions and thoughts. The word 眼睛 is used in a variety of contexts, such as in expressions like 眼睛大, meaning “big eyes”, or 睁开眼睛, meaning “open your eyes”.
|我的眼睛很疲倦||wǒ de yǎnjīng hěn píjuàn||My eyes are very tired|
|他的眼睛很漂亮||tā de yǎnjīng hěn piàoliang||His eyes are very beautiful|
|她的眼睛很明亮||tā de yǎnjīng hěn míngliàng||Her eyes are very bright|
|猫的眼睛很绿||māo de yǎnjīng hěn lǜ||The cat’s eyes are very green|
|他的眼睛很小||tā de yǎnjīng hěn xiǎo||His eyes are very small|
|她的眼睛很温柔||tā de yǎnjīng hěn wēnróu||Her eyes are very gentle|
|看书对眼睛不好||kàn shū duì yǎnjīng bù hǎo||Reading is not good for the eyes|
|我的眼睛近视||wǒ de yǎnjīng jìnshì||I am nearsighted|
眼睛 is part of HSK Level 2 in both HSK 2.0 and HSK 3.0.