Learning : Basic Sentence Pattern With "bei"
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Abstract : Sentence structures are an important aspect to learn in any language, so here's an experience that guides you through a structure and the usage of a single word.

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Sentences with “bèi” usually have this kind of structure when it is used to emphasize the object in the sentences. Here comes an example.


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