Chinese Grammar: Expressing indifference with 就
Say “I don’t care “with 就
就 can be used in a structure with verbs to emphasize the indifference the speaker feels towards of something. Using 就 in this structure adds an attitude very similar to saying “I don’t care” in English.
Verb + 就 + Verb
Just frame 就 with the verbs you don’t care about.
Show your indifference towards adjectives with 就
When looking to show your indifference, you can also use 就 with adjectives. It conveys the same meaning of disinterest and not caring. However, one important thing to know to show your indifference right:
Negative Adjective + 就 + Negative Adjective .
The pattern must always be negative, so make sure you pick negative adjectives to pair with 就 or it won’t do.
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