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Answer to Translating “今天太热了(Jīntiān tài rè le)” & the “太…了(tài…le)” Pattern

Sep. 2, 2015

Answer: A

In this sentence, you need to know that “热()” means “hot” in Chinese, so the correct answer can only be A.

Building on that, let’s look at another useful Chinese sentence structure:
…… + 太 + adjective + 了 !
This structure is used for exclamatory Chinese sentences. The word “太(tài)” here means “very/too/so.” In the sentence, it follows the subject and is followed by an adjective.

Examples:

Nǐ tài kù le!
你 太 酷 了!
You are so cool!

Xué hǎo hànyǔ tài yǒuyòng le!
学    好   汉语    太  有用      了!
It is very useful to learn Chinese well.

Zhèige píngguǒ tài suān le!
这个      苹果     太   酸    了!
This apple is too sour!

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Ni hao, wo ài ni de liàn xí, hen hao.
mei xing qi wo xué le. xie xié ni

What I want to say is that, I love your comments and I try to solve the
exercises to send me. Thank you very much.

我可以明白了。
谢谢老师

Oh yeah! Wo ting guo yi ge zhong guo ren shuo “tai gui le ba”

very effective learning flyers

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