You must be very exhausted. Go and put your feet up.Chinese Translation (Traditional):
1. you (male) 2. your (male)
Here: you (male)
certainly, necessarily, must
to be exhausted, to be very tired
1. (particle signifying the change of situation) 2. (completed action marker) 3. (a filler word without any meaning)
Here: (particle signifying the change of situation)
to sit down
1. to come 2. in order to 3. to take place, to crop up 4. to have 5. future, coming, next 6. (used to replace another verb) 7. (used with to express capability) 8. ever since
Here: to come
to have a rest, to rest
1. Right?, OK? (particle indicating a suggestion) 2. (used at the end of a sentence used to concede a point)
Here: Right?, OK? (particle indicating a suggestion)
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