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They are compound words Most characters have multiple meanings, in many cases an individual character in a compound word can also be a short form for another word Example: "天真" is combination of two adjectives 天 means 天然 (natural) 真 is short for 純真 (pure/ innocent) "天真" = natural + innocent = naive As for "馬上", it is a combination of a noun and a ...


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分不清 I think that's the mix of 分别 and 看不清楚 that you're looking for.


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Used to refer to men who just want sex from a woman.


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搬进 => 搬出 走出 => 走回 跑回 => 跑出 In this words,进,出 and 回 represent from where to where. 搬,走 and 跑 represent the action.


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进 can be both verb or directional complement. It can be a verb if it's used alone. for example, if we say "我们进了一幢楼房", it means "we walked into the building". But when it's used right after another verb, it's a directional complement, and it's used to clarify the direction of the verb in front of it. In the sentence "we move in the building", 搬 corresponds ...


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You could also say: 我们搬到了一幢楼房里面。or 我们搬进一幢楼房里面。 Seems somehow more complete with 到 --- 里面 Wayne is completely correct, without 到 or 进 you'd be moving the building! 我们搬了一幢楼房! Superwoman EmmaXL!


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The “进” part is called directional complement. Rather simply, as we do in English, you can add a directional word to the verb, to describe where the verb is going. The most common words to indicate a direction are: 上, up and 下, down <== notice how they kind of look like arrows? 进, in and 出, out 过, to cross over 起, up 回 to come back. 到 ...


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Quote:- "...only 搬 is the verb in the sentence ‘我们搬进了一幢楼房’,but not ‘进’,what is the role of ‘进’ in the sentence? 搬进, (move in), is a "compound verb" -- i.e. a verb that is made up of multiple words. In English, you have "I believe in you"; "His car swerved and tumbled over", "You need to work on your Chinese", :) So, without the 进, your sentence would ...


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