晴 qíng clear sky
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Note The sun radical suggests it is to do with the sky, the qing -green component as well as giving the phonetic also suggests the color as qing originally described both blue and green
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Using 日 rì
明 míng (bright) 是 shì (is) 香 xiāng (fragrant) 春 chūn (spring) 昌 chāng (prosperous) 莫 mò (do not) 暑 shǔ (heat) 者 zhě (in process of) 桌 zhuō (table) 间 jiàn (gap) 白 bái (bright) 景 jǐng (bright) 曾 céng (once) 音 yīn (sound) 旧 jiù (old) 最 zuì (most) 易 yì (easy) 昨 zuó (previous) 旦 dàn (dawn) 早 zǎo (early) 晚 wǎn (evening)
时 shí (time) Using 青 qīng
情 qíng (affection) 精 jīng (refined) 请 qǐng (please) 清 qīng (clear) 睛 jīng (eye) Sounds same
情 qíng (affection) Different tone
青 qīng (green)
清 qīng (clear)
请 qǐng (please)
庆 qìng (celebrate) Pronunciation Your browser does not support this audio element.
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雨过天晴 yǔ guò tiān qíng
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