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Asked 173 months ago by Claire Bear  valid Edit
How do you distinguish between using 'bu' or 'mei' before a verb to make it a negative?
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bu is an action that's not going to happen while mei is not having something such (in some situation), like no problem: 没关系.
Answered 173 months ago by richmac68 valid Edit
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bu is said when you didn't or won't do sth and can happen in simple tense but mei means haven't ever been /done sth or haven't ever happened or won't have ever been happen
Answered 172 months ago by Thinking valid Edit
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