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Cantonese Exercise 6: ✍ Adverbs ✍

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Knowledge testing time... yay!

Task:

Create five (short) sentences in Cantonese using the adverbs covered in this lesson. If you want to be a boss, you can use more than one adverb in a sentence, or you can use adverbs not covered in the lesson. :D

Good luck!

1 year ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/PolyglotCiro
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我快樂地是 a boss 現在
我總是打運動 (I'm not only a boss, I am also sporty)
你不斷 是好
我跑很快, 我是白Bolt
我不斷說廣東話

1 year ago

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Love those amazing sentences :)

It is also quite funny that you wrote 廣東話 in Simplified Chinese. Are you trying to translate Usain Bolt? If so, then it is 博爾特

Great work!

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/PolyglotCiro
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I think I meant ''I constantly speak Cantonese''

1 year ago

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Can I do Chinese?

1 year ago

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Yes, but Traditional Chinese, instead of Mandarin

1 year ago

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Darn! So 6 years spent covering Mandarin Chinese in school was for nothing? Aw man... ;)

1 year ago

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There's always a use for something ;)

I've seen quite a few unofficial Mandarin courses on Duo, but some of them were ages ago...

1 year ago