"Except you, we all know him"
Should also be possibel
'we all know him except you' is also clearly correct
More natural English would be "All of us except you know him".
The "for" should be optional in modern english. "Except for" and "except" are equivalent prepositions.
Apart from you, we all know him
Reported again 25th May 2019.
她 should be accepted as well as 他, right? They both sound the same spoken.
Yes, that's right. Since 他 can refer to anyone, it is more commonly used, even if it is clear 她 can be used as well.
remind the green bird
她 and 他 sound just the same
shout at the void
apart from you, we all know him
Mamaaaaa just killed a man
Should "Besides you" be acceptable too?
I think so, that would have been my first answer.
Audio translation version not accepting 她 in place of 他. Reported 10/01/22
"Except you" should be accepted, too. "Except you" and "except for you" are the same thing.
"We all know him except for you." include the period
We all know him except for you.....is still not accepted!!!!
...am i the only one who put "with the exception of you" instead of "except for you"
What's with the 了 in there?
除了（chule) Except you , 了 is part of the expression in this case
Gave the correct answer but it is not accepted :(