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Chapter 3: Nothing helped him
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<Kif zhǎole hěnduō rén: yīshēng, xué huàxué de xuéshēng hé nǚwū.>
Kif to look for le many people: doctors, to study chemistry de students and a witch.
“Kif looked for many people (in order to help him): doctors, students of chemistry and a witch.”
Chinese usually doesn´t distinguis singular and plural – it is context based.
<Shuí dōu méiyǒu bāngzhù (dao) tā.>
Who all negation in the past mei you help dao him.
“Nobody helped him.”
到 <dao> [preposition “to”, (to) arrive] here indicates that the helping action was finished to a successful end, but isn´t necessary.
<Tā kànle hěnduō yīxué de shū, tā yě kànle hěnduō yīxué de wǎngyè.>
He to look at le many medicine de books, he also to look le many medicine de web pages.
“He has read many medicine books, he has also read many medicine web pages.”
<Shénme dōu méiyǒu bāngzhù dao tā.>
What all mei you help dao him.
“Nothing helped him.”
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