hi, i was wondering what does that mean? im having trouble with the following sentence... Nǐ kěyǐ xiàng wǒ tuījiàn yīnggāi cānguān de dìfāng ma? i get the 2nd half of it. but not quite the first. how does the first relate to the 2nd half? could you say... ni you tuijian de difang wo yinggai canguan ma?
ni keyi xiang wo
December 16, 2010
December 23, 2010
Ni hao David, You can say "ni you tuijian de difang wo yinggai canguan ma?", which literally means "do you have places of suggestion that I should visit"? As you can see in the English sentence, people will get what you intend to say, but it is slightly awkward. The first sentence (from the course) is more grammatically preferred. I hope this helps. :) Lin
December 24, 2010
oh, what does the first part mean though? when you say, ni keyi xiang wo? thanks! and merry christmas = )
April 17, 2011
向： http://www.nciku.com/search/zh/detail/%E5%90%91/1316668?tooltip=1 For your sentence you can translate as "to, for"
April 23, 2011
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