Video lesson: More than one? Know “都 (dōu)” to express “both”or “all”

You can use “都 (dōu)”, first tone, as an adverb for ‘both’ or ‘all’. The easy-to-remember basic structure is ‘multiple subjects’ + 都 (dōu) + verb + object. Since 都 (dōu) comes after the subjects, it means “both”. When referring to a larger group, 都 (dōu) takes on “all”.

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