Chinese Grammar: Very & not very with 太
Little Lupishu is growing up! He’s starting to want to give his advice on everything. And as far as he is concerned, everything is too cool! One keyword for that: 太.
Very – excessively – extremely
To express “too” in Chinese, in the sense that something is too cool, too good, too much, there’s one easy word you can use: 太 (tài). In Chinese, you also use 太 to show something is very or extremely good. And don’t worry, you won’t sound ironic like you could in English if you say something is too good.
太 is always placed right before the adjective it describes, just like in English.
Remember to always add 了 at the end of this structure, or you’ll sound rather unsophisticated!
Awesome! (Literally too good!)
Not very good.
Not very with verbs
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