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This sentence reminds me that some of the Chinese learners here may be interested in the usage of " 老 lǎo".
You may know " 老" means old/aged, while there are another two meanings of 老.
Here we go:
1. always - like 总是zǒng shì/经常jīng cháng
你怎么老喝饮料？nǐ zěn me lǎo hē yǐn liào?
Why do you always drink beverage?
Anna老爱照镜子. Anna lǎo ài zhào jìng zi
Anna always likes to look at herself in the mirror.
2. very - like 非常fēi cháng/很hěn
九寨沟老美了！jiǔ zhài gōu lǎo měi le
Jiuzhaigou is very beautiful!
海绵宝宝的眼睛老大了！hǎi mián bǎo bao de yǎn jīng lǎo dà le
Spongebob's eyes are very big!
Hope this blog helps!^^
(photo via fairiegoodmother)
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