Shasha’s experience includes teaching positions at two Chinese universities and she specializes in customizing instruction for students from different culture using storytelling and a special method to help beginning students remember Chinese characters. Shasha enjoys traveling and watching movies.
How to Use “道歉(dào qiàn)” VS “抱歉(bào qiàn)”
Teacher : Shasha Liu
“抱歉”and“道歉” hold similar meanings in Chinese, yet differ in the part of speech and the grammatical usage.
“抱歉”means “sorry/apologized/apology”, used as an adjective or a noun.
“道歉” means “apologize”, used as a verb with the object followed.