Learning : The Usage of "De" - Part 1
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Abstract : Even the littlest words have the biggest impact in sentences! This one's a useful one!

Dàjiā hǎo. Today one of my students asked me a question: “Hey, Benny, can I say 'Nǐ zuò hěn hǎo', which means 'You did well'?” OK, I have to say “no”. In Mandarin, If you want to say a verb plus an adjective, you should add a “de” first! Let us see how to use it.

suīrán

虽然

although

xiàngmù

项目

project

fēicháng

非常

very

 

 

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spot/colored patch/stripe/spotted/striped/varie…

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