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都 is an adverb, so it should go before the verb. 德国人今天都不工作。 .. means all Germans aren't working today. (Time) Subject (or time can go here) (adverb) verb (object) Time can go either before or after the subject.
他十分坦率地给我讲了他的故事. Okay 他十分坦率地替我讲了他的故事. Okay 他十分坦率地為我讲了他的故事. Okay 他很不情愿地给了我帮助.okay 他很不情愿地為了我帮助。wrong 他很不情愿地替了我帮助。wrong when u are wondering 給 or 替 or 為, Choosing 給。 I come from China.Trust me:)
Ignore the translation for "Most/Best" if it's not the top one He's the most expensive player in football history 他是足球历史上最贵的选手 He's the second most expensive player in football history 他是足球历史上第二贵的选手 He's the third most expensive player in football history 他是足球历史上第三贵的选手 You can find it's using "第二贵" instead of "第二最贵" In Chinese when talking about "最" it ...
Second: 第二[名] Third: 第三[名] etc for second sometimes you will see 次 or 亚 like: 次好、次优、亚军
Sometimes, Yes. For your example, No. 给 can work as verb(give) or preposition(for/by) Example: 他给了我帮助。(He give me some help)--your example 2. 他给我买了些吃的。(He buys some food for me)--your example 1. 他给狗咬了一口。(He is bitten by a dog) It looks confusing? A 给 B something: A give B something. Verb(give) A 给 B do something. Preposition(for/by) 1.If A is doing, it's ...
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