How to Say Extremely in Chinese

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How to Say "extremely" in Chinese

It’s “so” nice.

Chinese people like to emphasize their feelings by using words like “really”, “so”, “extremely”. In fact, some people in China do have a tendency to exaggerate their feelings about different things, and the following phrase is what young people often use.

How to say in Chinese: 不要不要的 (bú yào bú yào de) = extremely

不要 means “don’t want”, however, 不要不要的 (bú yào bú yào de) is often used these days to emphasize an adjective. It’s used in the following sentence structure:
“adjective + (de) +不要不要的 (bú yào bú yào de)”.

How to Say "extremely" in Chinese

 

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