(英文) used after the topic to express criticism or belittlement
(英) Look at him, how nervous he is now!
(英) Hey you, how can you do this to me?
used after the adjective + 到
dou3 construction in place of where a description or comparison is expected, to express that something is indescribable
(英) You guys are just so greedy (that I can't think of a word to describe it)!
(英) Her girlfriend is so pretty, really pretty!
(英文) added after the a clause with words like "tell" or "speak" to express sincerity (the syllable must be lengthened and followed by a pause)
(英) To tell the truth, ...
(英) As we are on this topic, ...
(英文) used to emphasise one's displeasure or to draw attention through disapproval
(英) It's not surprising at all that she got the best actress award.
(英文) used in questions to express doubts
(英) Have you tried it before?
(英) Has she got there yet?
(英) So what exactly do you want now, huh?
(英文) used to soften the force of requests or suggestions, usu. with a sense of seeking the hearer's compliance
(英) Could you show me how to do it please?
(英) Open the door for me, will you?
(英) Let's talk about buying cars, shall we?
(英) How many oranges do you want? Five please.
(英文) actually; in fact (only used with positive comments)
(英) This dress actually looks quite nice.
(英) Actually you are not fat at all.