Posted by Grace Feng on October 7, 2013
In our everyday conversation with people, we often need to ask for people’s opinions or invite new thoughts. There are many ways to do that. However, there’s no one single rule to express it. It’ll be beneficial if you can handle some variations in the way to say it in Chinese.
In this post, we’ll look at a few general ways to invite other people’s opinions or thoughts. Hope they could help you to handle discussions in Chinese better and be able to hear more thoughts.
Feel free to contribute other ways of asking opinions if you know any, thanks!
* What do you think? (Please tell me honestly whether you like the idea or not.)
nǐ juéde zěnmeyàng?
* Any suggestions? (Constructive opinions are needed.)
yǒu shénme jiànyì méiyǒu?
* Any objections? (My ears are ready to hear “No!”.)
yǒu fǎnduì yìjiàn ma?
* Any idea? (Come on, we desperately need a solution!)
yǒu shénme hǎo zhǔyi ma?
* Any concerns? (If you’re worried, please bring it on now!)
yǒu gùlǜ ma?
* Everyone agrees? (Do we come to a consensus now?)
dàjiā dōu tóngyì ma?
Category: Chinese grammar
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