Jorge Rodriguez
Is this good writing style '成了有所成就的成功者。'? 还有一些人,学历较低,智商也不出众,但却成了有所成就的成功者。 This part says: 成了有所成就的成功者。 'become somewhat successful succeeders' In English that would not really be acceptable. Does it seem strange to Chinese ears or just completely normal?
Dec 12, 2016 12:02 AM
Answers · 7
To me I can't say it's grammatically wrong, but this is not how I would say it, cuz 有所成就 and 成功者 are basically talking about the same thing so it sounds repetitive (as it did in its english translation). So simply 有所成就的人would suffice.
December 12, 2016
It's another sloppy language. Strictly speaking, I would say it's wrong. Because this sentence has a problem which is called "semantic repetition". "有所成就的“和 ”成功“ are repeated. It shall be changed into " 成了有所成就的人” or" 成了(一个)成功者“
December 12, 2016
It's grammatically correct, but ounds a little strange. Usually we would say "取得了一定的成就" or "小有成就"
December 12, 2016
your sentence is ok, I would simply say 但却有所成就。we chinese normally cut it short.
December 12, 2016
It is correct to Chinese
December 12, 2016
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Jorge Rodriguez
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), Spanish
Learning Language
Chinese (Mandarin)