Which one is correct 你说的对 or 你说得对? Especially to express meaning:

You are right in terms of ...

  • both are: 说的对 what has been said is correct 说得对 say correctly; tell the truth (feed both to bkrs) – user6065 Nov 15 '17 at 9:11
  • @user6065 That looks like an answer – Passer By Nov 15 '17 at 9:57
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    Just a practical tip, sometimes, if you are not sure which one you should choose from 的地得, just pick up 的, you won't be wrong legally. – Jacob Nov 15 '17 at 14:10
  • The stuctrue of 你说得对 likes 你跑得快 (you run fast), 你说的对=你说的是对的 What you said is right. – 賈可 Jacky Jun 20 at 5:15

Both 你说的对 and 你说得对 could be valid.

你说的对 means 你说的内容对:what you said is right.

你说得对 means either 'you said it right' or 'it's right/correct for you to say it'. 得 here is an effect or result complement.

However, 'you are right' should be interpreted as '你是对的'. Specially for "You are right in terms of xxx": 在xxx方面,你是对的 or 从xxx角度(来看/来说), 你是对的.

For example, you are right in terms of time or money: 从时间或金钱的角度来说, 你是对的。

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