LanguageLearning

  • Who vs. Whom: Understanding the Difference

    Definition and Usage of Who and Whom Who and whom are pronouns that are often used in English language to refer to people. However, they are not interchangeable and are used in different ways. Who is used as the subject of a sentence or clause, and it refers to the person performing the action. For example, “Who is coming to…

    Read More »
  • Technology

    Understanding Compound Words: Definition and Examples

    Definition of Compound Words Compound words are formed by combining two or more words to create a new word with a different meaning. The meaning of a compound word is usually a combination of the meanings of the individual words that make it up. Compound words can be created by combining nouns, adjectives, verbs, and other parts of speech. For…

    Read More »
  • Health

    How to Say How Are You? in Chinese

    Breaking Down the Phrase “How Are You?” in Chinese In Mandarin Chinese, the most common way to ask “How are you?” is “你好吗?” (nǐ hǎo ma?). This phrase can be broken down into three parts: 你 (nǐ) means “you” 好 (hǎo) means “good” 吗 (ma) is a question particle that indicates the sentence is a question So, literally translated, “你好吗?”…

    Read More »
Back to top button