LE finished action

//  <le> following right after the verb indicates that the action is finished

//  more in FINISHED ACTION

 

你去了哪里?[mp3j flow=”y” track=”http://chineseffect.com/audio/0201/0201niqulenali.mp3″ title=””]

<Nǐ qù le nǎli?>  

You to go_le where?   

WHERE DID YOU GO?

 

我去了茶馆。[mp3j flow=”y” track=”http://chineseffect.com/audio/0201/0201woqulechaguan.mp3″ title=””]

<Wǒ qù le cháguǎn.>  

I to go_le tearoom.  

I WENT TO THE TEAROOM.

 

我买了很多茶。  [mp3j flow=”y” track=”http://chineseffect.com/audio/0201/0201womailehenduocha.mp3″ title=””]

<Wǒ mǎi le hěnduō chá.>  

I buy_le a lot of tea. 

I (HAVE) BOUGHT A LOT OF TEA.

 

你买了什么茶?  [mp3j flow=”y” track=”http://chineseffect.com/audio/0201/0201nimaileshenmecha.mp3″ title=””]

<Nǐ mǎi le shénme chá?>  

You to buy_le what tea? 

WHAT TEA HAVE YOU BOUGHT?

 

我买了中国茶日本茶。[mp3j flow=”y” track=”http://chineseffect.com/audio/0201/0201womailezhongguochaheribencha.mp3″ title=””]  

<Wǒ mǎile Zhōngguó chá  Rìběn chá.>  

I buy_le Chinese_tea and Japanese_tea. 

I HAVE BOUGHT CHINESE TEA AND JAPANESE TEA.

 

Translate: I DRANK A LOT OF BEER.

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Part of Lesson 2.1