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Chinese Directional Complements Video Posted by on Mar 16, 2016

We’ve done a lot of practice with Chinese directional complements recently, so go back and read the posts if you haven’t already – Part One and Part Two. Reading can only get you so far when studying a language, so I’ve put together a video with all of those common directional complements for you to…

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Chinese Directional Complements (Part Two) Posted by on Mar 14, 2016

The last post talked about Chinese directional complements, a lesson I’ll continue today with some more examples and practice. Go back and read that first post if you haven’t to get caught up. Let’s start with the answers to the practice questions I gave: Practice Question Answers 1. Your friend is outside of your door…

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Chinese Directional Complements (Part One) Posted by on Mar 9, 2016

Today I’d like to talk about two very important verbs in Chinese related to direction and how to properly use them in directional complements: go (去 – qù) come (来 – lái) The first thing you’ll want to remember about these two characters is this: If the action is moving towards the speaker, use 来. If the…

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