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yì zhí zǒu
phr. walk straight ahead (along the street)
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How is the phrase 一直走 (yīzhí zǒu) typically used in conversation?
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The phrase 一直走 (yīzhí zǒu) is typically used to indicate that someone should keep walking in a straight line, usually along a street. It is often used in directions, such as when someone is giving instructions on how to get somewhere. For example, if someone is asking for directions to a restaurant, the response might be "一直走 (yīzhí zǒu), 直到 (zhídào) 你看到 (nǐ kàndào) 餐厅 (cāntīng) 为止 (wéizhǐ)." This translates to "Keep walking straight ahead until you see the restaurant."
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