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Nov
30
reviewed Close Sentence Structure Edit Help
Nov
29
reviewed Leave Open Is There A Way To Say “Fro” (as in afro/fro) In Traditional Chinese?
Nov
25
reviewed No Action Needed 洗发剂 and 洗发水 difference
Nov
18
reviewed Close Dizi poem on my dizi flute please
Nov
18
reviewed Close Translating Chinese
Nov
16
reviewed Approve Difference: 些 and 有的
Nov
16
reviewed Close Is Chinese imprecise?
Nov
14
comment When do I use the state complement?
Both are right. #1 is plain, #2 focuses on 'quick'.
Nov
14
comment Most common/well known translation (transliteration) of “pizza” in Chinese?
Based on my personal experience, 比萨 and 披萨 are most commonly seen.
Nov
13
reviewed Close Where can I find people to communicate in Chinese to learn and improve it?
Nov
13
reviewed No Action Needed What's the Chinese word for “bare-metal” (computer programming)?
Nov
13
reviewed No Action Needed Etymology of 我 - what it is
Nov
13
reviewed Looks OK Translation of 档案专业人员
Nov
13
reviewed Looks OK Tense and use of 了
Nov
10
reviewed Looks OK How to say “newbie” or “noob” in Chinese?
Nov
10
reviewed No Action Needed How to say “newbie” or “noob” in Chinese?
Nov
9
reviewed Close Can you decipher what this seal stamp says and means?
Nov
8
comment Does an existential sentence with “有” only carry a non-specific noun?
@cnwang09 As user6065's references supported, the video is correct and is consistent with my experience, although you may have heard both sentences in colloquial language, the 有+definite one is grammatically wrong.
Nov
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reviewed Delete Does an existential sentence with “有” only carry a non-specific noun?