At a restaurant today, I was explaining my diet restrictions:
I do eat seafood, but I don't eat any other meat.
Saying this using the word "do" has more emphasis than just saying "I eat seafood, but I don't eat any other meat".
The following might be a conversation between a parent and child:
Parent: Why didn't you take out the trash?
Child: But I did take out the trash!!!
If the child had just said "But I took out the trash", it would not have the same meaning.
In each example, I know how to say the sentence that does not have emphasis, but I do not know how to say the sentence that does have emphasis.
The following post: How to add emphasis as with “I do” or “I did”? suggests that perhaps I can use an amplifier, but I can't think of what amplifier I could use for either of the two sentences.
How can I translate these two sentences?