I was unaware that gi also meant anything as well as what. cheers
Yeah the creators of this course have a huge habit of not teaching us anything. And that's not sarcasm
Could this also be "We don't write anything for children"? I know you can sometimes drop the plural indicative for generic references.
no I'm sorry, that can only be referring to one child. there's no way I can think it to be more than one.
But we were teached that a noun without classifier stands very often for plurality. So why?!?
there is a classifier: "đứa".
Oh, I'm sorry! I didn't know it was one, I thought đứa trẻ was a compound noun! With which kind of words is it usually used exactly? Same as người? Thank you for your patience...
it's a classifier denoting young people, of any sex.
For or to?
This is a correct answer, the verb ‘’ write ‘’ referring .’’to ‘’the child.... not ‘’ for’’ ..
I was like "What do we not write the kid? This can't be a normal sentence!"
It makes more sense to translate in the past tense versus present tense: We DID not write anything to the child.
"We do not write anything to the child" is not natural English.