The bad weather
真 is used to convey an affirmative, exclamatory tone of voice. It’s used before adjectives and before verbs that denote thoughts or feelings.
Jīntiān de tiānqì zhēn lěng.
It’s really cold today.
Zhang Na is so beautiful.
Express “an action happened again in the past” by using 又
“又” indicates both the original action and the repetition occurred in the past.
Zuótiān xià yǔ, jīntiān yòu xià yǔle.
It rained yesterday, and today, it rained again.
Wǒ shàng gè xīngqí qùle běijīng, zhège xīngqí yòu qùle.
I went to Beijing last week, and I went there again this week.
Express “not need to” by using不用
要 can be used as “to need to”. However, you need to use 不用if you want to negate the situation.
Wǒ míngtiān bùyòng qù gōngzuò.
I don’t need to work tomorrow.
Zhège zhōumò wǒ bùyòng xué zhōngwén.
I don’t need to learn Chinese this weekend.
This is the most common used conjunction pattern in Chinese. It expresses that while the former part of the sentence is true, there is adverse reaction in the latter part.
Suīrán wǒ xǐhuān chī zhōngguó cài, dànshì wǒ jīntiān xiǎng chī hànbǎobāo.
Although I like to eat Chinese food, I will have homburg today.
Suīrán tā bùshì zhōngguó rén, dànshì tā de zhōngwén fēicháng hǎo.
Although he isn’t a Chinese, his Chinese is pretty good.