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It seems that you like rules, but soon you'll find that exceptions are the norm. Don't consider the following as rules. They are just examples. How to put them together? It is indeed very flexible, as it is in English: 轻轻的我走了。 Quietly I left. 我轻轻的走了。 I quietly left. 我走了,轻轻的。 I left quietly. The 2nd is the most common form, but the other two ...


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Putonghua is Chinese standardized in the mainland. In Taiwan they use another form of standardization called 国语. There are slight differences in pronunciation and word usages, but not much. Putonghua is a standard. By definition, it doesn't have, and should not have local variations. The standardized dialect can be heard in every news broadcast from every ...


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我即将去军校 is grammatically correct, but 即将 sounds too formal. Try this: 我很快就要去军校了。 I soon will go-to military-school le. Notice that I used 了 which marks the end of what I am saying. Otherwise a listener may expect that you have something more to say. There are subtle uses of 了 that may take pages to explain. If you want a formal form, 我即将去军校了 is ...



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