Its so funny now that I know Er Bao is just like his grandfather Zhai Yaohui - shameless, cheeky, likes to have fun.
Because chapter 494, Zhai Yaohui ‘kidnaps’ his wife into the car. He just wants her to be with him, and as long as she’s next to him, he can withstand her being angry. Initially, I thought it was a level of shamelessness that came from being territorial, since his son Zhai Shen is like that too.
But after finding out that Zhai Yaohui used to be a whole other level of playful, I’m laughing so hard because the stern serious army chief is really very childish down in his bones. Just like a boy who pulls the pigtails of the girl he likes.
I’m looking forward to how Er Bao grows up and whether he remains cheeky as he matures or whether he becomes a carbon copy of Zhai Yaohui and learns to put on this serious face while his shamelessness peeks out every once in a while.
2. HSK5 语法点：数
数 on its own it means numbers, mathematics, amount etc. It has a couple of pronunciations and meanings, but this will focus on three main meanings and two main pronunciations.
1) 数 shù - several
This is essentially the same as 几, but a little more formal:
数十人死于这场火灾 - lit. several tens of people died in this fire.
这里有数百名警察工作 - several hundreds of policemen work here
这里夏季的雷阵雨一般可持续数小时或者更久的时间 - showers of thunder and rain in the summer here usually last several hours or even longer
这种状态如果持续数天，数周，数月将导致高血压 - if this kind of condition lasts for several days, several weeks or several months, it will cause high blood pressure
2) 数 - shû (shu3) - to count
我大概数了一下，车上有32个学生 - I just counted roughly, in the car there are 32 students
先生，这是找您的钱，您数数 - Sir, this is your change, please count it
3) （要）数【名】（了）- shû (shu3) ...have to count, have to include, has to be
我觉得北京最美，最有名气的公园（要）数颐和园了 - I think the most beautiful park in Beijing, with the most famous reputation, has to be the Summer Palace
要说我们班跑得最快的，那就要数李阳了 - If you’re talking about who the fastest in our class is, it has to include/be Li Yang
Both 要 and 了 here are optional - you may just see 数 on its own.
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