The Chinese word 脚 means “foot” in English. It is a commonly used word in everyday conversation and is essential for describing parts of the body, as well as for talking about actions that involve the feet. For example, you might say “我的脚很疼” to mean “my feet hurt”.
|我的脚很疼||wǒ de jiǎo hěn téng||My feet hurt|
|她的脚很小||tā de jiǎo hěn xiǎo||Her feet are very small|
|他脚步轻盈地走路||tā jiǎobù qīngyíng de zǒulù||He walks with light steps|
|我们要注意保护脚||wǒmen yào zhùyì bǎohù jiǎo||We need to take care of our feet|
|她穿着高跟鞋走路，脚很累||tā chuānzhe gāogēnxié zǒulù, jiǎo hěn lèi||She’s tired from walking in high heels|
|他的脚被狗咬伤了||tā de jiǎo bèi gǒu yǎo shāngle||His feet were bitten by a dog|
|她的脚底很嫩||tā de jiǎodǐ hěn nèn||The soles of her feet are very tender|
|他脚踝扭伤了||tā jiǎohuái niǔshāngle||He sprained his ankle|
脚 is part of HSK Level 3 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 2.