Decoded Slug: 得 (de) - Structural particle indicating how an action is done

Mandarin Grammar Point
得 (de) - Structural particle indicating how an action is done

得 (de) - Structural particle indicating how an action is done

Short explanation:

Used to indicate the manner or degree in which the action is performed.

Formation:

Subject + Verb + '得' + Description of manner/degree + Rest of the sentence

Examples:

她跑得非常快。
Tā pǎo de fēicháng kuài.
She runs very fast.
你说得对,我们应该更努力工作。
Nǐ shuō de duì, wǒmen yīnggāi gèng nǔlì gōngzuò.
What you said is correct, we should work harder.
他的中文写得很漂亮。
Tā de Zhōngwén xiě de hěn piàoliang.
His Chinese writing is very beautiful.
这个菜做得非常好吃。
Zhège cài zuò de fēicháng hǎochī.
This dish is cooked very deliciously.

Long explanation:

In Mandarin Chinese, '得 (de)' is a structural particle used to illustrate how an action is performed or the degree to which it is executed. This particle is placed after a verb and before the description of the manner or the degree. It is equivalent to English expressions like 'how' or 'to what degree'.
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