Nǐ kǎolǜ zhōudào, méiyǒu dǎrǎo wǒmen.
You were considerate not to disturb us.
Tā bànyè dǎle gè diànhuà gěi wǒ.
He gave me a ring at midnight.
Wǒ huì zài 5 diǎn zuǒyòu dǎ diànhuà gěi nǐ.
I'll call you around five o'clock.
“Děng tā huílái, wǒ yào ràng tā gěi nǐ dǎ diànhuà ma?”“Shì de, xièxiè.”
"Shall I have him call you when he gets back?" "Yes, please."
Wǒ xiànzài zài shàngbān, suǒyǐ wǎndiǎn dǎ gěi nǐ.
I'm at work now, so I'll call you later.
Tā bù dǎsuàn mǎi yīgè shèxiàngjī.
He isn't going to buy a camera.
Tā xǐhuān dǎliè.
He likes hunting.
Wǒ chūqù de shíhòu yǒurén dǎ wǒ diànhuà ma?
Did anyone call me while I was out?
Tā měitiān dū dǎ wǎngqiú.
She plays tennis every day.
Wǒ dǎ diànhuà de shíhòu, tā gāng huí dàojiā.
She had just come home when I called.
Wǒ dǎ diànhuà dìngle gè pīsà.
I ordered a pizza on the phone.
Nà wǒ jiù bù jìxù dǎrǎo nǐ, wán shù dú yóuxì qùle.
I will play Sudoku then instead of continuing to bother you.
Tā wǎngqiú dǎ dé hěn làn.
He is rather poor at tennis.
Tā qù diàoyúle, ér méi qù dǎ wǎngqiú.
He went fishing instead of playing tennis.
Tā wǎngqiú dǎ dé hěn hǎo.
He can play tennis very well.
Tā dǎ wǎngqiú dǎ dé hěn hǎo.
He is good at playing tennis.
Tā dǎle wǎngqiú.
He played tennis.
Tā jì huì dǎ wǎngqiú, yòu huì dǎ bàngqiú.
He can play both tennis and baseball.