FOOT MASSAGE

 
 

Grammar

有点儿         

yǒu diăn er           

a little,  it used before adjectives.

 

有点儿辣

yǒu diǎn er là  

a little spicy

 

有点儿臭

Yǒu diǎn er chòu

A little smelly

 

看….说   这话/的              

Kàn….shuō  zhè  huà/de      

we use this expression to describe something that the speaker thinks it’s not serious or tries to be humble.

 

麻烦你了。

Má fan nǐ le

Sorry for trouble you.

看你说的,小事。

Kàn nǐ shuō de , xiǎo shì

No worries, a piece of cake.

 

Rhetorical question什么没+verb+过 has positive means opposite.

什么没+verb+过         shén me méi +verb     +guò

 

我什么没吃过?

Wǒ shén me  méi chī guò?

I have tried all kind of food.

 

他什么没见过?

Tā shén me  méi jiàn guò

He has seen everything.

 

说               

shuō            

to see,   to think

 

你说明天我们吃什么?

Nǐ shuō  míng tīan  wǒ men  chī shén me?

What do you think we will eat tomorrow?

 

 

怎么        

zěn me         

how come, why

你怎么不去学校呢?

Nǐ zěn me  bú qù  xúe xiào ne?

Why don’t you go to school?

 

你的脚怎么这么臭呢?

Nǐ de jiǎo  zěn me  zhè me  chòu ne?

How come your feet are so smelly?