Guest Posted October 26, 2016 at 03:03 PM Report Share Posted October 26, 2016 at 03:03 PM I'm reading through my textbook currently, and it's thrown up a grammar point which isn't quite clear - is anybody able to clarify the meaning a little? It reads as follows, and I'll include examples; "In Chinese, interrogative pronouns such as 谁，什么，怎么 and 哪儿 can be used to refer to every member in a certain scope, indicating all of them are the same in a certain way without exception. For example: 1) 谁都喜欢小丽。 2) 小刚什么都喜欢吃。 3) 我们怎么去公园都可爱。 4) 最近我觉得哪儿都不舒服。 I'm unsure as to whether 'every member' here refers to every object within a certain range (e.g.for #4, where I'm tempted to read it as 'recently I think that I'm uncomfortable everywhere') or whether it means that the four pronouns can be used completely interchangeably. It could just be that I'm tired and my brain's given up for the night, but I thought it best to ask for a hand. Cheers! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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