maryjane01
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This structure is used when you need to list nouns, whether two of them or more, 和 (hé) is what you should use. Structure: Noun 1 + 和 + Noun 2 Examples: 他 和 我 都 不 喝 红酒。 Both he and I don't drink wine. 我 喜欢 可乐 和 茶。 I like cola and tea. 我 和 他 一起 工作。 He and I work together. 我 的 爸爸 和 妈妈 都 是 70 岁。 My dad and mom are both 70 years old.
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@aeternitii that's really interesting. do you mean gēn as in 跟? like 'with'?
My friends who went to chinese school always used hé as "and", but in taiwan we mostly use gēn; hé always sounded a little too proper to me. Maybe it's a regional difference in language?
Ah - I remember my first days of learning Chinese!
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