I only want to add a bit.
I’ve learned about the basic concept how to use “得” (de) before. Perhaps, it could help you.
得 is sometimes used when you want to describe something about the the degree or the potential of an action or a quality of a thing. And, it is placed after a verb or an adjective.
- 他跑得快* (*adj.)
- 我跑得不快 (notice that when you want to negate the sentence, 不 is put before the adjective)
- 你跑得怎么样*? (*pronouns)
- 她跑得太快了* (*phrase)
- 我的牙疼得很* (*adv.)
My professor told me that if I could grasp how to use 得, it would be a stepping stone to a higher level.
p.s.: if you don't mind, there are some corrections I made.