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Whether or Not to Use "If"
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ID: QW0269 Intermediate
Wondering whether or not you're using "if" in Chinese correctly? If you've been pondering this very question, trying your best to wrap your head around posing hypotheticals but ultimately failing, you've come to the right show! While we use the word "if" in English to both pose hypotheticals and yes-or-no questions, these two scenarios have substantially different translations in Chinese. Listen in and find out how!
Sat Sep 08 2012 | Connie, Jenny, Greg
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rúguǒ wǒ yǒu hěn duō qián ，wǒ yào mǎi Bǎomǎ 。
If I had a lot of money, I'd buy a BMW.
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