How to disagree when someone says 没关系 or 没有意思?
I have found a few situations where I am not sure how to reply to 没关系 and 没意思.
没关系的 (It's no problem)
I can't simply say 有关系的, right? What is the simplest, most natural and direct way to say "It is a problem"?
做这样没意思 (Doing it this way is pointless)
Can I simply say 有意思 if I disagree? I feel that it isn't appropriate here, but am not sure. What's the natural way to say it?
bodaweiMay 27, 2010, 02:34 AM
有问题 。。(if there is a problem)
不同意 。。 (if you disagree with something)
I have used 有问题 before, but never 不同意, although it seems obvious now. I think I said 不对 in the past. Are these suggestions from your experience, or where you specifically taught them?
By the way, I would be interested in seeing any comment you might write in my current 中文吧. Only if you have the time and inclination of course.
Both terms are from experience talking with/listening to native speakers - 不同意! can be used quite forcefully in an argument. The tones butóngyì lend themselves to emphasis, hey? :)
有问题 and 没有问题 are high frequency - actually just 没问题 where the mei becomes m.. it sounds like 'mwenti'.
I'll look at 中文吧 later; should be working. :-(
suansuanruMay 28, 2010, 09:06 AM
disagree with 没关系
怎么没关系？（if there is a problem）
if you disagree with pointless,you can say: