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GRAMMAR

GRAMMAR WORDS

Without /de/ we can’t exist in Mandarin.

This is MINE, The book THAT I HAVE BOUGHT YESTERDAY – both of these examples need  /de/.

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We use /de/ to connect a verb and a quality.

Like in HE SPEAKS CHINESE WELL or in SORRY I CAME LATE.

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/ràng/ has 2 functions.

– LET as in LET ME INTRODUCE

– MAKE as in THIS MAKES ME ANGRY

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Without /bèi/ we wouldn’t be able to say:

MY STUFF WAS STOLEN or THE THIEF WAS CAUGHT.

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/jiù/ is an unique concept.

WE ARE THERE IN FIVE MINUTES – IF YOU LIKE IT, BUY IT.

These phrases are constructed with /jiù/

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