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A front-end developer and designer from sunny Seattle, WA.


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accepted 病了: Function of 了
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comment 病了: Function of 了
If 了 is the past tense marker and 他工作了 is more of a present tense meaning (he's now employed, or he's coming to work), how would you say he worked? Would that not use 了, like 他工作了? Or is it a matter of word order?
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asked 病了: Function of 了
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accepted 您 vs 你 for parents?
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comment 您 vs 你 for parents?
+1 for the note about the plural form. I didn't know it turned into 你们.
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asked 您 vs 你 for parents?
Sep
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comment 有一天: past as well as future?
You wouldn't really say "Some day, I went to the movies" in English to refer to the past tense. But you would say, "One day, I went to the movies." In that sense, it seems more like "one day." Some day is in the future. "Some day, I will go to France."
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accepted 有一天: past as well as future?
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asked 有一天: past as well as future?
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accepted 中文 vs. 汉语: What's the difference?
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asked 中文 vs. 汉语: What's the difference?
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awarded  Editor
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Sep
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revised 份, 个, 本, 两: How do they function in these sentences?
definition of immersion
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accepted 份, 个, 本, 两: How do they function in these sentences?
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asked 份, 个, 本, 两: How do they function in these sentences?