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TAIWAN LANGUAGE
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Posted 3/21/08
Can anyone tell me or teach me the language?? tell me some the english meaning too....

or more like....
post the Taiwanese language you know.... better???

i dont care if they make this locked... but if they do sent me a message.... please??

and also when does they use la, le, or whatever>?

thank you verymuch!
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I think 'le' and 'la' is only French <_<

But then again, my knowledge of French is rather limited.
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AHTL wrote:

I think 'le' and 'la' is only French <_<

But then again, my knowledge of French is rather limited.


la.? taiwanese always say that in their last sentence but i dunno what it means
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neowoofer_animelover wrote:


AHTL wrote:

I think 'le' and 'la' is only French <_<

But then again, my knowledge of French is rather limited.


la.? taiwanese always say that in their last sentence but i dunno what it means


For instance, 'Viva La France'.


I think 'la' is used for male things and 'le' for female things.
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Posted 3/21/08

AHTL wrote:


neowoofer_animelover wrote:


AHTL wrote:

I think 'le' and 'la' is only French <_<

But then again, my knowledge of French is rather limited.


la.? taiwanese always say that in their last sentence but i dunno what it means


For instance, 'Viva La France'.


I think 'la' is used for male things and 'le' for female things.


yeah but there are taiwan
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neowoofer_animelover wrote:

yeah but there are taiwan


Just a thought, could be that the 'la' you've heard at the end of sentences, are part of a dialect.
Posted 3/21/08
ni hao, taiwan's language is i think mandarin if you want to learn mandarin you go to this group this could help you... http://www.crunchyroll.com/group/How_to_Say___in_a_Different_Language,
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anyone help me!!!!
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neowoofer_animelover wrote:

anyone help me!!!!


How about you actually check out miaestipona's link? .....
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AHTL wrote:


neowoofer_animelover wrote:

anyone help me!!!!


How about you actually check out miaestipona's link? .....


ohw! thanks you
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Do you mean the Taiwanese/Hokkien dialect or Mandarin? 'La' and 'le' are used in in colloquial Mandarin and not in the Taiwanese dialect (it's a different pronunciation). La is just added at the end of sentences and has no specific meaning. You can use it as "I want to go to the zoo la" and "Stop it la".

'Le' connotates a sense already or now. Such as "I'm going off le" means "I'm going off now", and "She has completed her task le" means "She has already completed her task".
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toelovehan wrote:

Do you mean the Taiwanese/Hokkien dialect or Mandarin? 'La' and 'le' are used in in colloquial Mandarin and not in the Taiwanese dialect (it's a different pronunciation). La is just added at the end of sentences and has no specific meaning. You can use it as "I want to go to the zoo la" and "Stop it la".

'Le' connotates a sense already or now. Such as "I'm going off le" means "I'm going off now", and "She has completed her task le" means "She has already completed her task".


ahhhh!!!!! thank you very MUCH! now i know! but i still wanna learn the language of taiwan... MANDARIN
Posted 3/21/08

neowoofer_animelover wrote:


toelovehan wrote:

Do you mean the Taiwanese/Hokkien dialect or Mandarin? 'La' and 'le' are used in in colloquial Mandarin and not in the Taiwanese dialect (it's a different pronunciation). La is just added at the end of sentences and has no specific meaning. You can use it as "I want to go to the zoo la" and "Stop it la".

'Le' connotates a sense already or now. Such as "I'm going off le" means "I'm going off now", and "She has completed her task le" means "She has already completed her task".


ahhhh!!!!! thank you very MUCH! now i know! but i still wanna learn the language of taiwan... MANDARIN


Then go take lessons. You're not going to learn it here.
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la in french is for female objects, le is for male. in spanish la is for female as well and el is for male.
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