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Going, Leaving, and Leaving for Good Qing Wen

Going, Leaving, and Leaving for Good
John, Connie, Liliana
QW0152
Elementary
verb, going, place, leaving
离开 N, going away, leaving

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离开 (líkāi), 走(zǒu) and 去 (qù) are three important ways of describing going somewhere. But how do you know when to use which one? Which ones imply temporary actions ("heading home" from a lame party)? Which ones imply permanence ("I'm leaving China [for good]")? Find out today as Connie, John and Liliana cover these important terms and how to use them.

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