The first half of my life 8
is a directional complement, when using after a verb, it indicates the direction in which a person or object moves.
lăobăn chīfàn qùle 。
The boss has gone for dinner.
wŏ māma măicài qùle 。
My mother went to buy some food.
means seeing someone/something as something different, or take someone/something as a target and to do something with it.
búyào náwŏ kāiwánxiào 。
Don’t make fun of me.
tā bùná qián dāng qián 。
She doesn’t take money seriously.
is an adjective,which means “any, whatever, whichever”.
rènhérén bùnéng jìnrù zhège fángjiān 。
méiyŏu rènhé shìqing néng ràngtā kū 。
Nothing can make her cry.
“adj/v+是 shì +adj/v,可是 kĕshì /但是 dànshì …
”Sentences in this pattern usually imply that the speaker accepts the validity of a certain point of view but wishes to offer an alternative perspective or emphasizes a different aspect of the matter.
zhōngwén nánshìnán ， kĕshì hĕnyŏu yìsi 。
Although Chinese is hard, it’s interesting.
tā piàoliang shì piàoliang ， dànshì tā tàibènle 。
She is pretty, but she is too stupid.
in spoken Chinese “adjective/verb+就 jiù +adjective/verb,只要 zhĭyào+condition” means “As long as the condition is met, the situation doesn’t matter.”
tā chŏujiùchŏu ， zhĭyào tā àiwŏ wŏ háishihuì àitā 。
It doesn’t matter that he is ugly, I’ll love him as long as he loves me.
fángzi guìjiùguì ， zhĭyào wŏmen dōu gōngzuò wŏmen jiùnéng măi 。
A house is very expensive, but we can still buy one as long as we both work.
“pronoun+让 ràng …pronoun+就 jiù means person A will do whatever person B told/makes he/she to do.
wŏmā ràngwŏqù ， wŏjiùqù 。
I’ll go whatever my mother asks me.
lăoshī ràng xuésheng zuòzuoyè ， xuéshengjiù yīnggāi zuò 。
The teacher asked the students to do their homework, and the students should do it.