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Yes / No* Shi (shr) 是 / Bu (boo)不

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  Yes / No* Shi (shr) 是 / Bu (boo) 不

*Yes and no are not commonly used on their own in Chinese. Yes is usually expressed by repeating the verb. The negative is expressed by putting bu (boo) or mei (may) in front of verbs and adjectives.

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