"The teacher is over there."
it is "er" and is often prounounced with another term, i.g. 那儿 = nǎ'er = sounds like 'nar'
hope this helps
Can we write Na'er zai laoshi? Or at least say Na'er zai laoshi in spoken language? Many thanks!
No, we cannot swap their positions. I don't think anyone would write “那儿在+person”, even in poetic sentences.
6-4-18 Its interesting that 在 does not just mean inside of. I have to get used to that
How do we differentiate between 老师在那儿 for "The teacher is over there" and 老师在那儿 for "Where is the teacher?" ?
Do we just use "?" for questions and "。" for statement?
I also would like to know the answer... I know "ma" on the end produces a question, but with this exmaple that doesn't always work?