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Sometimes you may have strong and positive feelings toward someone or something: “I love it!” “I like you!” Wonder how to express them in Chinese? This lesson helps you do so using one of the most basic sentence patterns: Subject + Verb + Object.
Oftentimes your Chinese friends may greet you by saying: "Have you had anything to eat?" You were puzzled. This is a typical small talk in China though. How do you respond in an authentic way?
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I have learned Survival Chinese courses here for a week and noticed that in Lesson 4 of the Survival Chinese course there is the measure word "个." The usage of this is not very clear to me? Could you explain it? Thanks!
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