Decoded Slug: 于是 (yúshì) - So, Therefore

Mandarin Grammar Point
于是 (yúshì) - So, Therefore

于是 (yúshì) - So, Therefore

Short explanation:

Used to express the consequence or result following a cause.


Reason or Cause + 于是 + Result or Consequence


Wǒmen è le, yúshì juédìng qù chī wǎnfàn.
We were hungry, so we decided to go have dinner.
Tā shīyè le, yúshì kāishǐ chuàngbàn zìjǐ de gōngsī.
She lost her job, so she started her own company.
Tā méi dài sǎn, yúshì zài yǔ zhōng línshī le.
He didn't bring an umbrella, so he got wet in the rain.
Wǒ juédé gūdān, yúshì dǎ gěi le wǒ de hǎo péngyǒu.
I felt lonely, so I called my good friend.

Long explanation:

In Mandarin Chinese, '于是 (yúshì)' is a conjunction used to show the result, consequence, or action that follows after a reason or cause. It could be translated as 'so' or 'therefore' in English. It is typically used between two clauses, with the first clause presenting the cause or reason, and the second introducing the consequence or result.

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