Intermediate Mandarin Chinese: “The Bride is Beautiful Isn’t She?” with eChineseLearning

Watch today’s helpful video lesson with Teacher Ellie and stick around for the useful Review Quiz afterwards. You can check your answers with us here: To sign up for a Free Trial lesson, check out our course offerings HERE: ________________________ In a previous lesson, Teacher Ellie showed you how to use the particle “吧 (ba)” to indicate suggestions before. In today’s lesson, Teacher Ellie will show you how to use “吧 (ba)” to indicate suppositions. The commonly-used sentence structure is: Subject + 很 (hĕn) + adjective + 吧 (ba)? ________________________ In Chinese, when you have a presumption about something, but are not completely sure, the particle “吧 (ba)” can be added at the end of the sentence to form a question. The equival

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