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In this lesson we discuss the use of the Retroflex tone - 儿. For example: 跟我来这边一下儿. Before 一下儿, the words may look familiar - follow me here. Actually, 一下儿 is a slang for ‘a little bit’. It always comes after the verbs. In a word, it usually sits at the end of a sentence.
我们一起过去行吗? Here we have another grammar point. In most cases, we separate 行吗 with a common, and the closest translation to English is: ”right?, ok?”. For example: 我们到时候见面，行吗? we will meet then, ok? So, to find out more about this grammar, please listen to the lesson, 行吗?
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