Chinese Mandarin :Chinese Mandarin Level
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From :   Jon Ashley

Date : 2007-10-09 / 12:26AM

If I ask “Henry and Betty ye-shi ni de pengyou ma”, what does ye mean?
I know “ni de pengyou”, means your friends.

When I say “tamen dou-shi xinjiapo-ren” What does dou mean. Does it mean they are singaporean and the dou is a measure word?

Best Regards

Jon Ashley

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Chinese Mandarin :Chinese Mandarin Level
Registered on : 2007-07-25
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2007-10-09 / 09:36AM

Ni hao, Jon!

Ye means “too/also”, and “dou” means “all”.

Let me know if you have any further questions!



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