Di tag: Pronouns

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How to Call “I” and “You” in Japanese?

Probably you learned that “I = わたし(watashi), you = あなた(anata)”. It’s correct, but not always appropriate. It’s because not only Japanese often omit the subject, but also personal pronouns are not used as often...

Demonstrative Pronouns in Chinese Demonstrative Pronouns, 这, 那 2

Lesson 25. Demonstrative Pronouns in Chinese

這 [这] (zhè) and 那 (nà), which are literally translated as this and that respectively, are demonstrative pronouns in Chinese. In general, we use demonstrative pronouns + 是 (shì) and followed by nouns to point...

Lesson 6. The Complete Guide to Chinese Pronouns

Imagine if you have to mention the ‘noun’ again and again in a text: Angelina Jolie is an American actress. Angelina Jolie was born in California. Angelina Jolie has received several big awards… How...