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Directional Verbs and Complements
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ID: QW0439 Intermediate
A few weeks back we taught a lesson (How To Say: Come Out / Come In) about the direction compliments for "to go in" and to "come out". User si1teng2 thought it would be better to make a video showing the differences, so that's what we've done for you today. First, we teach the directional verbs 來 lai and 去 qu. Then we teach some direction complements that you can use with the verbs 來 lai and 去 qu which include 下, 上, 出, 进, For some extra points, you can check the Chinese Grammar Wiki links below. Directional Verbs Directional Complements Thanks, Gwil
Thu May 11 2017 | Constance Fang, Fiona Tian
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shàng 、xià 、lái 、qù 、jìn 、chū
up, down, come, go, in, out
shànglái 、shàngqu 、xiàlai 、xiàqu 、jìnlai 、jìnqù 、chūlái 、chūqù
to go up, to go down, to come down, to come up, to come in, to go in, to come out, to go out
shànglái 、shàngqu （cóng bùtóng de dìfang ）
to come up, to go up (from a different place)
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