Today we will discuss two main usages of 又
又 is often used for events that have happened and it is often used together with 了, 再 is used for events that have not happened yet.
David has been to that restaurant before. Today he went to that restaurant again. He wants to go to that restaurant again next weekend.
Dà wèi yǐqián qùguò nà jiā fàndiàn, jīntiān tā yòu qùle nà jiā fàndiàn, xià gè zhōumò tā xiǎng zài qù nà jiā fàndiàn.
I called Jesse in the morning and I called him again in the afternoon.
Shàngwǔ wǒ gěi jié xī dǎle yīgè diànhuà, xiàwǔ wǒ yòu gěi tā dǎle yīgè diànhuà.
Yesterday I went to this restaurant, and today I went to this restaurant again.
Zuótiān wǒ qùle zhège fànguǎn, jīntiān wǒ yòu qùle zhège fànguǎn.
I didn’t find his home last time, and I didn’t find his home again this time.
Wǒ shàng cì méi zhǎodào tā jiā, zhè cì yòu méi zhǎodào tā jiā.
When we put two 又 together, it means “…both…and…”
She is both beautiful and clever.
Tā yòu piàoliang yòu cōngmíng.
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