L 8 - Intermediate Reader of Modern Chinese Lesson 8...

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Intermediate Reader of Modern Chinese Lesson 8 Sentence Patterns
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1. e ( e ) e an adverb indicating a surprise e and n are exactly the same in terms of usage and meaning. The only difference between n and n is n is optional in n ( n ), but is always needed in n . n n n ( e )
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e ( e ) e an adverb indicating a surprise Didn’t I tell you that his moral character is bad? I really didn’t expect that you would make friends with him. 2 e e e e e e X e
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e ( e ) e an adverb indicating a surprise To my surprise, you think abortion should be legal. I truly cannot agree with you. X e e e e ___ ___
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2. e A verb e B e implying a mistake e e e e 2 You spoke of abortion as if it were even easier than having a tooth pulled out. I cannot agree. ____ A ____________ B
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e A verb e B e implying a mistake He (mistakenly) thinks of having a tooth pulled out as a terrifying matter. Actually, having a tooth pulled out is not terrifying at all . e
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