The complement of direction
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The complement of direction

In English we use adverbs to indicate the direction of an action, such as adverbs up, down, out, in, over. In Chinese there are verbs that contain directions, sucha as 上shàng,下 xià,among many roles they have(sometimes they are also adjectives and adverbs). Verbs such as“进jìn,出chū, 过guò” means “enter, go out, and move”. Now which is...

Prepositions 和hé,跟gēn,对duì
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Prepositions 和hé,跟gēn,对duì

The preposition 和hé and 跟gēn Prepositions 和 hé and 跟gēn have similar meanings, in most scenarios they simply mean “and”, and they can be interchangeable. We often add the adverb 一起yìqǐ (together) as a fixed phrase, the structure of the complete sentence is: A+ 和/跟+B +(一起)+Verb+Obj. 她 和/跟 她 的 姐姐 关系 很 好。Tā hé /gēn tā de jiějie...

How to make comparison in Chinese
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How to make comparison in Chinese

When come to making comparison in Chinese we can achieve it by using some adverbs of degree, the go to words are 比较bǐjiào (relatively) , 更gèng (more) , 最zuì (most). Of course you need to select the suitable adverbs for different situations. We use 比较 bǐjiào when we mention opposite features of the two objects, for...