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means “to like, seems” .It is the spoken language of “像”.
tā lèide gēn gŏu yíyàng 。
He was tired like a dog.
tā gēn wàngle wŏ yíyàng 。
He seems to forgot me.
means “all , all over”, V+遍. In most of the cases we use “所有”after “遍”to emphasize the situation.
wŏ chī biàn le suŏyŏu de shuĭguŏ 。
I have eaten all kinds of fruits.
wŏ zŏubiàn le zhōngguó suŏ yŏu de chéngshì 。
I have been to all the cities all over in China.
means “even if”, often followed by “也”.
jiùsuàn méiyŏuqián yĕ yào chīfàn 。
You still have to eat even without money.
jiùsuàn shì háizi yĕ zhīdào zhè ge dàolǐ 。
Even children know the truth.
zĕn me .... zhè me ...
Express the mood of rhetorical question. Meaning how can sth/sb be….
tā zĕnme kĕyĭ zhème zuò ？
How could he do that?
tā zĕnme zhème piàoliang ！
How can she be so beautiful?
means “ think, believe”.It is used only when it is mistakenly believed.
wŏ yĭwéi nĭ shì zhōngguórén 。
I thought you were Chinese. (Now I know that he is not Chinese.)
“以为” also can be used in a rhetorical question.
nĭ yĭwéi nĭ shì shéi ？
Who do you think you are?