zhè this

Made up of [ chuò walking radical 162, wén script; character radical 67]
Alternative traditional form of character:
Number of strokes 7

Related characters


Using chuò : yuǎn (far) jìn (to advance) yùn (to move) mí (to bewilder) mí (riddle) dào (road) hái (still)

Sounds same

zhè (Qiantang River)

Different tone

zhě (in process of)

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Pronunciation

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stroke order for 这
Stroke order for character 这, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license

Phrases

这儿 zhè r here
这个月 zhè gè yuè this month
这是我的张票 zhè shì wǒ dezhāng piào This is my ticket

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