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Chinese idiom/saying for the English phrase "so much to do, so little time?"
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Posted by Salvio September 26, 2011
Tags:   Tones and Pinyin
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Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) says
日不暇给 (rì bù xiá jǐ) 
日 (rì): refers to the day.
不 (bù): a negative adverb.
暇 (xiá): means free.
给 (jǐ): means is enough.
We use this Chinese idiom to express that there are too many things to do, but there isn’t enough time.
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