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they are just ways of exchange greetings with effects similar to say "howdy" instead of "hello".


你好 Usually, we use "你好" to answer "你好". It could be used in any circumstance. It sounds neutral. It's fine to greeting anyone using "你好" 你好啊 Compare with "你好", ‘你好啊’ is warmer. It is much less used than "你好". For example, you see a cute child, you can say “你好啊,小朋友” By the way, there is an interesting little ...

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