For Rachel, learning this form was really cool because she found it very useful in conversation and, in her opinion, "it's not really that hard to form." She began with a few basic expressions, such as:
Then, she extended them to other adjectives by analogy.
Rachel also suggests not to try to analyze the form: "It's easier to learn that structure as a chunk and not to be thinking too hard about it, to analyze it completely because you have lo and then any adjective, and you can just use it as you use in English ‘the important thing is… .’"
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