explain these particles to me

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explain these particles to me

Postby guest » Wed Aug 20, 2003 1:09 am

I heard these on Taiwanese TV.

o
lo
ei
lei

In my head i just pretend they're like a/ya and le, but if someone could clarify their meaning and usage to me that'd be great.

The usage le la also perplexes me. Sounds like a "le" would be enough. "ta zhidao le la!"

Hanzi Wensheng

Re: explain these particles to me

Postby Hanzi Wensheng » Wed Aug 20, 2003 6:55 am

These are not standard Mandarin particles. This is what refered to as Taiwan Guoyu or "Taiwanese Mandarin". They don't indicate anything, just sounds.

jinfeng1

Re: explain these particles to me

Postby jinfeng1 » Wed Feb 25, 2004 12:07 pm

"ta zhidao le la!" can be heard in mainland. The additional la means , you should not ask any more , he has already known it. It is used in some contexts.


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