Chinese Grammar learning: Subject + 都 + Predicate
In its simplest terms, 都 (dōu) means "all", but there are also many other advanced uses for it.
都 meaning "to the point that"
都 can also mean 甚至, meaning "even to the point that", and in this form it expresses emphasis.
Subject + 都 + Predicate
都 meaning "since..., then..."
都 can also mean "既然...就", meaning "Since ..., in that case...“ A simple example would be 他都不说汉语，别跟他讲话, meaning "Since he does not speak Chinese, so don't talk with him."
都 + 小句，主句
都 can also have have a tone of complaint
It often has a tone of grumbling or complaint, and it is often used with 怨 or 怪.
都 + 怨/是/怪 + somebody
都 怪 你，出门 不 带 伞。
都 是 你，害 我 跑 这么 远。
都 怨 你，不 提前 订 好 座位。