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Adjectives with 是 (shi) Qing Wen

Adjectives with 是 (shi)
Connie, Jen, John
QW0179
Intermediate
adjective
to affirm, to emphasize
as emphasis, conceding

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    If you've dutifully studied your Chinese grammar, you know that simple sentences involving a noun and an adjective don't need the word 是 (shì). But there are times when 是 (shì) does appear before adjectives. What's going on here? When does this happen and why? It's easier than you think!

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