What does the last symbol mean?
It's the equivalent of a question mark for a yes or no question
It's the question marker ma
I believe it's simply ending the sentence with a question that expects an answer. I could be mistaken.
When put at the end of a declarative statement, the particle word 吗 turns that statement into a yes-no question. It is similar to tag questions in English.
Traditional, for any interested: 你們是學生嗎？
I did the same Dono
pa men wo men knee men... soo confusinggg
他们 (Tāmen) = They
我们 (Wǒmen) = We
你们 (Nǐmen) = You (Plural)
们 (Men) is added to pluralize the nouns.
他 (Tā) = He
她 (Tā) = She
Same pronunciation but different character for male and female.
i put the correct answer and he say that i wrong jajaja i take a screenshot of the problem
I also thought that I had it right. Then i just checked my screenshot and I realised I used, 他们 instead of 你们
Sorry . I did the same Alejandro
Im confused. I thought 'shi' means 'a' in an english sentence? Help!