Use the preposition word ‘对’ to construct a relationship between Subject and Object. The relationship of the stated Subject and Object is described with a Verb or an Adjective. The grammatical structure ' Subject + 对 + Object + Verb/ Adjective '.
Use the words ' 还 + 好/可以 ' to express something is ‘fairly good’ or acceptable with the grammatical structure ' Subject + 还 + 好/可以 '.
Use the pair of conjunctions '因为 ..., 所以 ...' to explain causes and consequences with the grammatical structure ' 因为 + Cause, 所以 + Consequence '.
Construct complex sentences using two verbs such as invite, let or ask somebody to do something with the grammatical structure ' Subject A + Verb (e.g. 请、让) + Object / Subject B + Predicate '.
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Ah Xiong, long time no see,
How is it going?
I have been in the hospital, was just discharged from the hospital
Did you feel unwell?
I still remember you have been feeling unwell for almost a month.
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