Chinese Grammar: Lesson Part 1: 在 to talk about where you are
Lupishu is still learning his way around the Nincha village, and 在 is, therefore, an important word to learn. 在 is very common in Chinese and can be used to express several things: where something is and the fact that something exists.
在: to be located in/at/on
在 is one of the keywords in Chinese to indicate location. It means “to be in”; “to be on”; “to be at”. It is usually placed directly after the subject.
Subject + 在 + Place
(He’s) not here.
Ask where something is
Indicate where a verb takes place in
To explain where you are or were doing something, 在 again comes in handy. You start by describing where you were doing something and then explain what you were doing.
Subject + 在 + Location + Verb + Object
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