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Mar
21
comment Use of 以 in 臣以弑君、可謂仁呼
I think you're pretty much there. I'd translate it in this context as something close to "in order to."
Mar
9
comment Confusion when describing the location of something using A在B的location pattern?
What exactly is your question?
Jan
21
comment Questions on “的话”
My question is not about its usage or meaning, but rather about the origin. I know how to use it and do frequently, with and without 如果.
Jan
10
accepted Questions on “的话”
Jan
10
comment Questions on “的话”
Thank you for your rather thorough response.
Jan
9
comment Questions on “的话”
I know the meaning and the usage. I just don't know why that's the meaning and usage. Take this example: 你想看的话.... It translates to "If you want to watch..." but literally is, what, "You-want-to-watch type of words"? My best guess for meaning is "(In regards to) the words/case of you wanting to watch..." Does that sound right?
Jan
8
awarded  Editor
Jan
8
revised How would you say 绵延不绝的小山 and 一望无际的田野 in English
added 56 characters in body
Jan
8
answered How would you say 绵延不绝的小山 and 一望无际的田野 in English
Jan
8
reviewed Excellent What is the conclusion of this article?
Jan
8
awarded  Custodian
Jan
8
reviewed Excellent What is the grammar of “用餐曅請隨手整理桌面 座位有限請勿休憩估用”?
Jan
8
reviewed Satisfactory For which senses of simplified 制 would I use the traditional form 製?
Jan
8
asked Questions on “的话”
Jan
7
awarded  Commentator
Jan
7
comment How can I translate 不客气 here?
While that is true, this should probably be a comment and not an answer.
Nov
30
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
19
awarded  Critic
Nov
18
comment Weird usage of 不
Yes. Just a note, this is actually an incredibly common usage. You will see it more and more as you continue to study Chinese. Other examples include 吃不完,看不见,数不清,得不到...
Nov
14
comment What is the conclusion of this article?
Pian can mean "bias" or "leaning towards," so it's middling but leaning towards high.