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Wo ti ni nong (我替你弄)

Discussion in '中文+方言 (Chinese)' started by dudasd, Sep 14, 2013.

  1. dudasd

    dudasd Senior Member

    Serbia
    Serbo-Croatian
    This one is from an English book about China (so the author is using many Chinese words and phrases):


    "Don’t worry, Brother, I’ll go. Wo ti ni nong.” I’ll take care of it for you. (Source: Night in Shanghai, Nicole Mones)


    I am checking each one of those phrases, in case there is a typo or some other error, but I couldn't find this one and I can't know if it's correct. The author is using a very simplified writing system, so the only help we have is the meaning she gave here: "I'll take care of it for you."

    Thank you in advance for your help!
     
  2. Skatinginbc

    Skatinginbc Senior Member

    Canada
    Mandarin 國語
    我替你弄 "I'll do/get it for you"?
     
  3. dudasd

    dudasd Senior Member

    Serbia
    Serbo-Croatian
    Thank you very much for your valuable help!
     

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