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ID: 61
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HSK: 1
format: Subj. + 不 + Adj.+吗?
example: 公司 不 大 吗?
details: is basically the same as the one with an action verb.
exception: Almost all adj can be negated with 不
keyword: [不]
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ID: 62
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format: Subj. + 没有 / 没 + Verb
example: 他们 没有 说话
details: Use 没有 (méiyǒu) to negate past actions (to say that someone didn't do something, or something didn't happen).
exception: If the verb is about an action in the past, 没有 should be used instead of 不
keyword: 没有
class: undefined,d,v
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ID: 63
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HSK: 1
format: Subj. + 没有 / 没 + Verb.+吗?
example: 他们 没有 说话 吗?
details: Use 没有 (méiyǒu) to negate past actions (to say that someone didn't do something, or something didn't happen).
exception: If the verb is about an action in the past, 没有 should be used instead of 不
keyword: 没有 , 没 +吗
class: undefined,d,v,qu,u
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ID: 64
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HSK: 1
format: Subj. + 都 + [Verb Phrase]
example: 你们 都 要 冰水
details: The adverb 都 (dōu) is used to express "all" in Chinese. It's common to use 都 (dōu) in a variety of sentences where it would seem unnecessary in English. Another common mistake that English-speaking learners make is to put 都 (dōu) at the beginning of the sentence, since "all" often appears there in English.
exception: 都 is translated as "all"
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ID: 65
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HSK: 1
format: Subj. + 都 + [Verb Phrase]+吗?
example: 你们 都 要 冰水 吗?
details: The adverb 都 (dōu) is used to express "all" in Chinese. It's common to use 都 (dōu) in a variety of sentences where it would seem unnecessary in English. Another common mistake that English-speaking learners make is to put 都 (dōu) at the beginning of the sentence, since "all" often appears there in English.
exception: 都 is translated as "all"
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ID: 66
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format: [Subj. Phrase] + 都 + [Verb Phrase]
example: 你们 两 个 都 要 冰水
details: [Subj. Phrase] express two, such as 爸爸 妈妈
exception: 都 is translated as "both"
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question: 67
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ID: 67
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HSK: 1
format: [Subj. Phrase] + 都 + [Verb Phrase]+吗?
example: 你们 两 个 都 要 冰水 吗?
details: [Subj. Phrase] express two, such as 爸爸 妈妈
exception: 都 is translated as "both"
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ID: 68
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format: Subj. + 也 + Verb / [Verb Phrase]
example: 妈妈 也 喜欢 吃 饺子
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question: 69
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ID: 69
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HSK: 1
format: Subj. + 也 + Verb / [Verb Phrase]+吗?
example: 妈妈 也 喜欢 吃 饺子 吗?
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ID: 70
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format: Subj. + 也 + 不+ Verb / [Verb Phrase]
example: 妈妈 也 喜欢 吃 饺子
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question: 71
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