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The 着 (zhe) Chronicles: Verbs as States Qing Wen

The 着 (zhe) Chronicles: Verbs as States
Jen, Connie, John
QW0180
Intermediate
open, location, particles
describing
着 (zhe)

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    In part three of the 着 (zhe) Chronicles, we look at how 着 (zhe) comes after verbs to indicate an ongoing state. There are two main patterns covered in this lesson, and one of them is especially useful. If you're pushing Intermediate, this might be just the lesson for you.

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