What is the difference between”zan2men” and”wo3men” in Chinese?

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Hi, I’m Jennifer, an online Chinese teacher from Beijing China.


“zan2men” and”wo3men” both mean “we” or “us”, however,“zan2men”includes the object of the dialogue “you”, for example zan2men qu4diao4yu2ba?Let’s go fishing (You will go with us). “wo3men” doesn’t include “you”. for example, wo3men qu4diao4yu2le?We will go fishing (you will not go with us).


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