gorupo wrote:I have a question for something like: I am happy I met you
A Taiwanese girl who speaks hokkien told me something like: wa yo hua-hi lai sheksai lee
However... as far as I know... You are is something that sounds more like: wa shi and for "to meet" I never heard something like that before. Any clue on which one would be more accurate? Im a bit confused now O.o
rice_t wrote:Sounds OK with me, except for that I don't know what the yo is supposed to be.
gorupo wrote:then... let's say jyo(k) replaces Chin when It's meant to be "to be very"? or... do they add? like Goa jyo chin ?
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