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Where the heck is my cell-phone? Elementary PREMIUM

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  • Where the heck is my cell-phone? Elementary PREMIUM

     
    Today's lesson is all about adding emphasis by using the word 到底 Dàodǐ。 This often goes untranslated in a sentence, but is used to add emphasis in Chinese for many situations. In today's dialogue, a person is looking for their lost cellphone and getting more and more frustrated about not finding it.
    You'll also learn useful prepositions for saying where things are.
    Photo by Sean MacEntee

    Gwilym, Fiona Tian
    2859
    Elementary
    cell phones, video
    losing, looking for something
    to get to the bottom of, where, 在 (zài)

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