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high school student. computer science & philosophy.


Apr
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comment How to describe a puppet show
@JamesJiao Actually it's okay, but most used in formal occasion or in writting.
May
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comment What shoud I use to say “I love you”: “wa ai lo” or “wo ai ni”?
Could you ask you friends what the word exactly is? Do you mean 儂, which pronounces nong3, and in standard Mandarin the word should be 你, right which you suppose wrong.
May
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comment What shoud I use to say “I love you”: “wa ai lo” or “wo ai ni”?
As I know in Cantonese they don't say 'wo ai lo' neither.
Apr
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comment What is the best Chinese equivalent for “passion” or “to be passionate about something”?
@Hang Not really, I think. Sometimes we could say something like 'I'm crazy on fishing.' It doesn't matter and it does not have any meaning negative I suppose. We could also say 「我很狂熱於釣魚。」 in Chinese. And it sounds proper also, isn't that?
Apr
17
comment What is the best Chinese equivalent for “passion” or “to be passionate about something”?
How about 狂熱(enthusiastic), or 非常狂熱. Actually I use this more, maybe just because I like to express things exaggerated?
Apr
10
revised The use of 上 (shàng) “on/above/over” in Mandarin and English
Typographical approach
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Apr
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answered Saying “I have to go” in chat
Apr
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comment The use of 上 (shàng) “on/above/over” in Mandarin and English
@Alenanno For 'under', 下 (xia) might be the only word to express so also.
Apr
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comment The use of 上 (shàng) “on/above/over” in Mandarin and English
@PleaseHelpMe I suppose there are no more other words to express 'above'.
Apr
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Apr
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answered The use of 上 (shàng) “on/above/over” in Mandarin and English