Emphasizers are normally positioned prior to a predicate or constituent they emphasize, adding to its force, as shown:
Nàgè Táiwāi gēshǒu díqù chàng de hǎo, yíngdé le tīngzhòng de rèliè de zhǎng shēng.
(That singer from Taiwan really sang so well that he won the audience’s ardent applause from time to time.)
Nà jiàn shì wǒ zhēnde bù zhīdào.
(I really do not know anything about that matter.)
Nà míngmíng shì shìshí, tā zěnkě dǐlài ne.
(That is obviously a fact, how could he try to deny it?)
 Loar, J. K. (2011). Chinese syntactic grammar: functional and conceptual principles. New York: Peter Lang.