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is a Causative verb. Which is a verb that cause people to do things. In English, these are verbs like "make," "have" and "get," as in "get Billy to eat dinner." The "get" is the causative verb.
lăoshī ràng wŏ qù zuòzuoyè 。
The teacher let me do my homework.
māma ràng wŏ qù măi shuĭguŏ 。
My mother asked me to buy some fruit.
sentence is a useful structure for focusing on the result or influence of an action.
A basic sentence in Mandarin is formed with a subject-verb-object (SVO) word order.
nĭ bă wŏde shū fàngzài zhuōzi shàng 。
Put my book on the desk, please.
tā bă wŏde fàn chīle 。
She ate my lunch.
in the text is used as a conjunction, making a smooth transition with previous conversation. It can be translated into “ then” or “well” sometimes.
nĭmen bùzŏu ， nà wŏzŏule 。
If you don’t leave, I will.
jīntiān tiānqì bùhăo ， nà wŏmen jiù zàijiā ba ！
Well, let’s stay at home as the weather is bad today.
can be a bit addictive as it is seemingly possible to throw in everywhere. It means "anyhow," or "regardless"， and is used to disregard a previous statement, particularly those involving options or choices.
bă nĭde fàn gĕiwŏ chī ba ， fănzhèng nĭ yĕ búè 。
Give your food to me, you are not hungry anyway.
nĭ bă wăn xĭle ba ， fănzhèng nĭ yĕ méishì 。
You can do the dishes. You are free anyway.
is a preposition that means "towards," and it is often used when expressing or referring to a certain point. When used as a preposition, "向" indicates an action that is performed towards a reference point, but doesn't have any actual motion towards that point.
tā zài xiàng wŏ zhāoshŏu 。
She is waving to me.
nĭ yào xiàng lăoshī dàoqiàn 。
You need to apologize to the teacher.
means "originally" or "former." It can also mean "all along," and can be used to indicate a sudden realization of something previously unknown, a bit like "so it's been like that all along, how could I have not realized?"
yuánlái tāshì zhōngguórén 。
So he is a Chinese!
yuánlái zài xuéxiào lĭ zuì cōngmingde rén búshi wŏ 。
So, I’m not the smartest person in our school.
xióngháizi shì láizì wăngluò de xīncí 。 yì wéi ài chuănghuò ， táoqì de háizi 。
“Wild kids” is a new phrase from the Internet, which means the kids who are naught and make a lot of trouble.