Nǐ Hǎo Helen!
Wǒ yòu xiao wèntí . Jège lìjù "下个月他要带我去见他的父母" de yìzhǐ: Next month he wants to take me to meet his parents. Wǒ bù míngbai huì yòng "yào."
Nàge lìjù yòng "yào" de yìzhǐ "want." Dan shì yào ye yòu yìzhǐ "will." As in "He will/is going to take me to meet his parents." Do you need to put a "le" at the end of the sentence to make "yao" mean "will."
helencao_counselorMarch 26, 2011, 01:37 PM
Hope you are having a great weekend！
Yes, you are right. If you want to say "He will/is going to take me to meet his parents", 了 can be added at the end of the sentence.