how do i say "i've just/already--ed" eg. "i've already wen

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Monica

how do i say "i've just/already--ed" eg. "i've already wen

Post by Monica » Mon Feb 16, 2004 2:00 am

Hi

How would i say that i have already done something eg.

"i've already went there"

"i've eaten"


in mandarin?
please give pinyin as i can't read characters!
Guest

Re: how do i say "i've just/already--ed" eg. "i've already

Post by Guest » Tue Feb 17, 2004 10:06 pm

to emphasis "already", you can use "yi3jing1".

I've already eaten = Wo3 yi3jing1 chi1 (le) fan4 le.
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Re: how do i say "i've just/already--ed" eg. "i've already

Post by jinfeng » Wed Feb 25, 2004 8:48 am

I've already eaten = wo3 chi1 guo4 fan4 le

"verb + guo4 + le at the end of the sentece" means you have done something. But in real life , this can be complicated.
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