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Mandarin Chinese Lessons with Yangyang – Grammar 004 (negation word bú)

25 thoughts on “Mandarin Chinese Lessons with Yangyang – Grammar 004 (negation word bú)

  1. Aryo Seno

    So if bu is used for future and present, but its not past, i can say, ming
    tian, “wo mei yao chi.”?

  2. daxniliox

    I have a doubt, can I say: wo ming tian bu qu zhong guo ? because you said
    the subject was before “when the action takes place”. Thank you very much!

  3. AlexKFseidan

    This lessons are great, concise and useful. Thank you very much and Love to
    all you.

  4. planetka12

    ni shi hen hao laoshi and feichan piaoliang laoshi she is very good teacher
    😉 and very beautiful … amazing 😉 thank for this lessons 😉 with this
    teacher learn chinese is right way to know pice of this language. xie xie

  5. Shi Tan

    it has huge differences.用 is for use phone.你用手机。but 吃 is for
    eat,just meaning to eat something.for example,you eat bread.你吃面包。i am
    chinese,hope you have a good master of chinese.

  6. tykko8899

    How do you say, “I do not eat fried rice.” How do you say, “I do not eat
    fired rice for breakfast.”

  7. Snowflake70

    So hun hao ! It’s starting to come back. Like the larger sized graphic on
    the letters and of course the tone marks on both the script and pinyin : )
    Wo shi hun hao ! xie xie : )

  8. han chen

    you also can use 用 with the meal, it is the official way to say “eat”, not
    oral way, and now, just waiters in China use 用 to respect their customers.
    你(用)(have)过晚餐了吗? is the official way to say 你(吃)(eat)过晚餐了吗? look, you
    always can find some same points between different cultures, is it
    interesting? 😀

  9. Kléuzio Silva

    @SanJudasTV you are totally right. I’m brazilian and her english is so easy
    to understand also. she is great *—-*

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