L 5 - Intermediate Reader of Modern Chinese Lesson 5...

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Intermediate Reader of Modern Chinese Lesson 5 Sentence Pattern
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1. + verb: busy doing something 2 i à“• X
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e + verb: busy doing something Recently all my classmates have been busy writing papers, but I don’t even have a topic yet. e e e e e e e e e e e (or e ) e ( e ) e
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e + verb: busy doing something Summer vacation is coming soon . All my classmates are busy looking for summer jobs. e e e
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2. e ..... e : showing an exception The main sentence should have the word similar to the effect of “every” or “every(one) else.” Ij n 3 B e e e e 3 A.
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e ..... e : showing an exception Besides helping customers deposit or withdraw money, I don’t have to do anything (else). e ˆÂñμª ( or e e ) e e e (= e e e ) e
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e ..... e : showing an exception In our class, Xiao Wang is the only person that can speak French. e ( ) e e e e 1. Àñμª e 2. ñμª* e e 3. ñμª*
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2010 for the course CHI 612 taught by Professor Teng during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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L 5 - Intermediate Reader of Modern Chinese Lesson 5...

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