Decoded Slug: 一边...一边... (yìbiān... yìbiān...) - Do two things at the same time

Mandarin Grammar Point
一边...一边... (yìbiān... yìbiān...) - Do two things at the same time

一边...一边... (yìbiān... yìbiān...) - Do two things at the same time

Short explanation:

Used to indicate doing two things simultaneously.

Formation:

Subject + 一边 + Verb 1 + 一边 + Verb 2

Examples:

我一边做家务,一边听音乐。
Wǒ yìbiān zuò jiāwù, yìbiān tīng yīnyuè.
I do housework while listening to music.
他一边吃饭,一边看电视。
Tā yìbiān chī fàn, yìbiān kàn diànshì.
He eats while watching TV.
她一边跑步,一边听有声书。
Tā yìbiān pǎobù, yìbiān tīng yǒushēng shū.
She runs while listening to audiobooks.
我们一边学习,一边喝茶。
Wǒmen yìbiān xuéxí, yìbiān hē chá.
We study while drinking tea.

Long explanation:

The Mandarin Chinese phrase '一边...一边...' is used to express that two actions are happening at the same time. It is often used when the subject is doing two actions concurrently, showing a sense of multi-tasking. In English, this could be translated as 'while doing something, also doing something else.'
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