No. You don't say Ĉu kio estas tio? (What is that??). It's just Kio estas tio? Questions with a question word, who, what, why, how etc (starting with ki- in Esperanto) do not use ĉu.
Edit: Oh, I see what you mean. This is not a yes-no question. It's an alternative question. Ĉu is used for that too.
"Do you love her...Or me?" I say,looking into his eyes. He looks back in silence,opens his mouth,and closes it again. "Oh my god,"I whisper as it dawns on me who he really wants. "Oh my god!"I pull my hand away from his and storm off,my eyes filling with water. It seems he really does love her after all.
I thought that "ĉu" was limited to yes/no questions? Asking "Ĉu vi amas min?" makes sense since the answer is either yes or no. However, in this case the answer is not yes or no, instead it is either "(mi amas) ŝin" or "(mi amas) vin". Would anyone care to elaborate on why "ĉu" is required in this particular question?
- Dankon! :)
Ču is at the beginning of close-ended questions, where there are a limited number of options, as opposed to an open-ended question. Example: Close-ended question: Do you prefer to swim, ski, or surf? Open-ended question: When was the last time you surfed? I think of it as on an exam: The multiple choice section represents the Ču questions and the free response section represents non-ču questions. I hope this helps!
Stock android should have special characters. Just press a different hold a letter. Options will pop up.
But if you want a keyboard with multilingual capabilities, I suggest SwiftKey. Easy to use and a lot of languages and features without all that extra bloatware.
And! They are always taking advice from users and improving. Currently I'm using the beta keyboard so it has experimental features on it.
Duo, I would never leave you. However, I'm my own person, though i love you, and sometimes I need other people in my life. Just know I would never leave you for anyone else, and you have to understand that sometimes I just can't do everything you want me to our be the one you want me to be, because I'm a human, and i make mistakes. Please, Duo just know i love you.always.
Cxu i understand to take the place of 'do' in English questions. In English 'do' is used when there is no auxiliary in the indicative (statement) form of the sentence, I believe-tell me if I'm wrong :) and then otherwise I use cxu to mean 'indeed'. For meaning/literal translstions, though not natural translations, it seems to fit so I can understand :)
I'm kind of accustomed to German, where you would say "liebst du ihr oder mich?" The verb "liebst" being first indicates this is a question.
I guess I don't really know what "do" in english actually is grammatically. It seems sort of like a state of being but with some differences to the verb "to be" but I can't really place what those differences are