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Your example describes a series of things happening one after another. The first and fifth sentences already imply past tense. This is enough to imply that all things described happened in the past until a word about time is present to change the tense to "now" or "future". "δΊ†" should not be in every sentence since that ...


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I recommend you look for the book Charles N. Li, Sandra A. Thompson. Mandarin Chinese: A Functional Reference Grammar. I found it to be currently one of the best references in English that explain in depth Chinese grammar and that also has a lot of examples. It uses only pinyin, which from your question I think could be an advantage for you. There, they ...


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