Chinese grammar:Adjectives with "name" and "zheme"

In English, the words "that" and "so" are often used to increase the extent of an adjective (ex. "he is so tall" or "this food is so good"). In Chinese, 那么 (nàme) and 这么 (zhème) serve the same function.

All you have to do to use this grammar structure is put the 那么 or 这么 in front of the adjective.



Zhè zhǒnɡ píjiǔ zhème hǎohē!
这 种 啤酒 这么 好喝!
This kind of beer is really tasty!

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