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What is the difference between "What time did you go to US?" & "What time will you go to US again?" In Chinese language, what is the difference between "What time did you go to US?" & "What time will you go to US again?" 1. "What time did you go to US?" 中文怎么说? 2. "What time will you go to US again?" 中文怎么说?
Jul 8, 2015 2:26 AM
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did -- past = 你 什么 时候 去过 美国? will -- future = 你 什么 时候 去 美国?
July 9, 2015
1, 你什么时候去过美国? 2,你什么时候再去美国?
July 8, 2015
When. I mean when. Not 'what time' as in your example. Somehow learning a new language messes up with languages I already knew.
July 8, 2015
Did you actually mean 'what time' or 'when'? What time does your plane leave for USA? When will you leave for the USA? 'What time' is very specific, it refers to clock time - 6pm on Tuesday
July 8, 2015
谢谢你,Zhao!
July 8, 2015
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