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20
awarded  Yearling
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14
awarded  Critic
Mar
14
comment Why is 未有 used here?
In Classical Chinese you will often see 未 used on its own to express 没有 or 还没有.
Mar
5
comment Why is George 乔治 in Chinese?
Sounds pretty similar to me. Also Chinese transliterations often sound quite different to their counterparts in the original language.
Mar
2
revised Is there a significant difference in meaning between “欢迎你到中国来” and “欢迎你来到中国”?
Tried to summarise position based on answers
Mar
2
comment Is there a significant difference in meaning between “欢迎你到中国来” and “欢迎你来到中国”?
Yep, got these problems in any language! "inflammable" is always a good one in English.
Mar
2
comment Is there a significant difference in meaning between “欢迎你到中国来” and “欢迎你来到中国”?
@Rodriquez - aware of that but what I'm interested in is how native speakers generally interpret this.
Mar
2
awarded  Scholar
Mar
2
comment Is there a significant difference in meaning between “欢迎你到中国来” and “欢迎你来到中国”?
I've accepted this because it corroborates what I've heard from other native speakers. It seems that people either don't think about it and say "they're the same", or they consider it more and say "well if we're being strict then they are different".
Mar
2
accepted Is there a significant difference in meaning between “欢迎你到中国来” and “欢迎你来到中国”?
Mar
2
awarded  Student
Mar
2
asked Is there a significant difference in meaning between “欢迎你到中国来” and “欢迎你来到中国”?
Feb
24
comment What's the title for addressing an unknown young person the same age as you?
@suud No it's not weird at all. It's like calling out "Hey! Excuse me!" in English. You're trying to get their attention, and 你好 can definitely be used for that.
Feb
21
answered What's the title for addressing an unknown young person the same age as you?
Feb
13
revised Is 了 optional when a time word is present?
Formatting
Feb
13
answered Possessives in Chinese
Feb
13
comment Is 了 optional when a time word is present?
"Subject+Verb+了+Object,mostly this means something happened" You could use that structure to talk about events in the future though, e.g. "我吃了饭要出去玩儿。"
Feb
13
awarded  Editor
Feb
13
revised Is 了 optional when a time word is present?
added 1 characters in body
Feb
13
answered Is 了 optional when a time word is present?