Meaning of 平声

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píng shēng (Trad.: 平聲)
level or even tone; first and second tones in modern Mandarin
Related Words
Antonyms: 仄声
Example Sentences
Listen, I don't want to have it out with you. Can we just talk about it quietly?
"Analects of Confucius" in the "theory" should read as Ping Sheng, as early as the conclusion.
Ping Sheng and this relationship with the Qusheng is broken when the word and if the word relationship.
" These predecessors of the notes, can be considered as "The Analects of Confucius, " the "theory" The reason why read as Ping Sheng circumstantial evidence.
Compared to the mandarin, Luannan dialect has only level tone, rising tone and falling tone. There is no negative and positive, in its level tone.