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Making Sense of Grammar
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xìngkuī幸亏 is used when the negative consequence is avoided with the help of others of the occurrence of the some factors. It is frequently used when expressing a mood of feeling fortunate/lucky. For example,

他受伤了,幸亏不严重

tā   shòushāngle,    xìngkuī         bù   yánzhòng

He   be wounded   fortunately   not   serious

‘He is wounded, fortunately it is not serious.’
answered Nov 26, 2020 by Mickey (7,400 points)

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