He was lying on his bed when his girlfriend called him. She sounded quite excited that it was sunny because she wanted to go out to the park. He didn’t think it was proper to reject her request so he dragged himself out of bed. His girl whispered to him in her softest voice: I will buy you an ice cream if you come with me. Whatever resistance he had to go out, it was all gone. His sweet girlfriend promissed him an ice cream and that was too much temptation for him. “Then what should we see in the park?” He asked his girlfriend . “我们看看公园就可以了” answered the girl.
You can complete a sentence using this pattern: 主语+动词+副词+形容词，Subject + Verb + Adverb + Adjective . Some very commonly seen adverbs are 非常 fēi - cháng - very 比较 - bǐ jiào - relatively, 十分 - shí fēn - quite - 很 - hěn - very. Though they have similar English translations, it doesn’t mean that they apply to all adjectives. For example in the dialogue: 它看起来还真漂亮。真 literally translated is ’really’. 漂亮 is the adjective. It means ‘beautiful’. Similarly in english, the adverbs come before the adjectives.
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