never will i leave you

Chinese translation: This may be a little difficult but is still possible.

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07:18 Jan 22, 2003
English to Chinese translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature / Poetry
English term or phrase: never will i leave you
I am trying to write a poem in chinese but am unsure of the grammer. I want to use "never" as the first word then on the next line "will i leave you" is this possible?
shane haslehurst
Chinese translation:This may be a little difficult but is still possible.
Explanation:
You need to be very careful about the wording if you want to begin a sentence with "never".
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Zhoudan
Local time: 05:48
Grading comment
why must i be careful not to use never at the start of the sentance? your answer was still very helpful.
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5 +3This may be a little difficult but is still possible.
Zhoudan


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10 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5 peer agreement (net): +3
This may be a little difficult but is still possible.


Explanation:
You need to be very careful about the wording if you want to begin a sentence with "never".

Zhoudan
Local time: 05:48
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Native speaker of: Native in ChineseChinese
Grading comment
why must i be careful not to use never at the start of the sentance? your answer was still very helpful.

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agree  Chinoise
5 hrs

agree  zhiyu liu
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agree  hjl
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