Traditional form: 我也吃魚。(Note the bottom part of 魚.)
The character 魚 was created by drawing a fish.
Thanks Andrew. I like the traditional, you can see the fish tail!!!
If I want to say that I eat somethings but "I also eat fish" would this phrase still be the correct one to use? Or is this one correct only if you eat fish and "I also eat fish"?
You would use 但, dan , as in 'but'. I think the character is right. E.g. 我吃面但我也吃鱼。Does that make sense?
i just confused the caracter
饭 with 鱼
How would "I eat fish" differ from the above?
It would lack the 也 which means also!
I can't tell the difference between fish and one
鱼 seems like he pronounces it like if your teeth are saying "yee" but your lips are put together like "yuu" whereas 一 just sounds like "yee"
Fish is pronounced like "you' but the ou part is cut short. Almost like ooh, with a y at the beginning. One or 一 is pronounced like/rhymes with, "me' but with a y instead of an m.
Actually, one more sounds just ee. Rhymes with me. Forget the y at the beginning, it's silent.
I don't understand why they put "也" in every sentence. Saying something like "我也吃" is ridiculously stupid. (Yes I'm well aware that this is not an example I'm just giving an example. Or "我也吃面" because who doesn't? (Rarely anyone doesn't eat noodles)
Speciesism over and over :(