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I'm a an undergraduate student interested in Group theory and Discrete Mathematics.


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May
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revised What shoud I use to say “I love you”: “wa ai lo” or “wo ai ni”?
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May
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comment What shoud I use to say “I love you”: “wa ai lo” or “wo ai ni”?
@Alenanno OK, thank you for advice.
May
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comment What shoud I use to say “I love you”: “wa ai lo” or “wo ai ni”?
@BertR Yes, you're right [ŋɯ; e noŋ] is what I pronunce when say 'I love you'. But there isn't a standard in Chinese dialect. Even in Wu area people pronunce differently from city to city.
May
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comment What shoud I use to say “I love you”: “wa ai lo” or “wo ai ni”?
@Alenanno OK,I think "wa ai lo" is Wu,because Chinese dialects very different from each other. and as far as I know, only Wu pronunce "ni" with the vowel "o".
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answered What shoud I use to say “I love you”: “wa ai lo” or “wo ai ni”?