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There are many meanings of 趟 tàng . It means going somewhere and back when using as a quantifier.
wŏ qù le tā jiā yí tàng 。
I went to his home just now.
hé wŏ zŏu yí tàng ba 。
Come and go with me.
can be used to attach whole phrases to nouns. And In English this is often achieved with "who" or "that" in attributive clause. For example, "the man who went to Beijing" or "the book that I bought yesterday."
jiā lì fó lì yà de dà zhī zhū 。
zhè shì mā ma gĕi wŏ măi de shŏu jī 。
This is the cellphone that my mother bought for me.
+verb+ 去 qù
is used in oral Chinese to express doing something easily and freely.
qù kàn diàn yĭng qù 。
Let’s go to see a movie.
wŏ men qù kàn kan qù 。
Let’s have a look.
* “听话” tīng huà In China, the older generation say this to ask younger generation to obey their words. Because the older generation thinks they have more experience and it is the best way for young people to learn. It is a feature in Chinese education, which is quite different from western education.