"what performance are we going to see this evening" was rejected but should be accepted
"what performance will we go and see this evening" was rejected but should be accepted
"What performance are we going to go see this evening?"
The plural "performances" should be accepted. Reported.
What does 去 do here?
It shows that you are "going" to another place to see the performance. You are not currently at the performance location.
The character "qu (tone3) 去" means "to go" .
it is not 3rd tone，but 4th tone - 去 [qù]。
It's here to indicate motion “我们会去看表演” - “we'll go to see a performance”
Ah yes. Now I understand. Thank you!
表演 can also mean "play" (as in a theatrical play), why can't I use it?
"This evening which performance will we see?" rejected but should be accepted. FFS.
""what performance will we go to see today's evening" ?!@#E
I've never heard anyone say "today's evening." That would be "this evening," or perhaps "tonight."