I think it is important to separate the written languages and spoken languages here. The Latin alphabet, for example, is used by many spoken European languages, yet almost nobody nowadays would say &...
if the sequence is not important, use “同埋” in lieu of “and”
what dim-sum did you eat?
i ate shrimp dumplings, steamed pork dumplings, and steamed beef balls
the sequence ...
有冇 = 有沒有 = have or don't have (does it has)
咗 = 了 (indicate a verb is completed)
They do not always indicate past tense
你而家身上有冇錢? - do you have money on your person now? (present)
你尋日有冇飲茶 - ...
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In Cantonese, different final particles can express different emotions and different implications. Sometimes it just serves as an emphasis to the ...