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Forming Questions with 有没有
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ID: AI016 Newbie
In Chinese, there are two basic ways to ask a question. In this All the Way to Intermediate lesson, we teach you one of them, using the "Verb Not Verb structure" Here are other related lessons from our library that will supplement this lesson and boost your Chinese level. Counting Coins Bumming a Smoke Do you have...?
Thu Dec 21 2017 | Fiona Tian, Constance Fang
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|没有||méiyǒu||to not have|
|有没有||yǒuméiyǒu||to have or not have|
nǐ yǒu méiyǒu bǐ ？
Do you have a pen?
yǒu ，wǒ yǒu bǐ 。
Yes, I have a pen.
nǐ yǒu méiyǒu shū ？
Do you have a book?
yǒu ，wǒ yǒu shū 。
Yes, I have a book.
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