Let’s Learn Hakka (7)
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In Taiwanese Hakka language, “做得無?” is a frequently used phrase. Meaning “could/may I?” or “is that okay?” in different contexts, it is usually used in a situation where people ask for permission.
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Listen to various accents:
Sixian accent (四縣腔): zo dedˋmoˇ?
Hailu accent (海陸腔): zoˇ ded mo?
Dapu accent (大埔腔): sii^ ded^ moˇ? (使得無？)
Raoping accent (饒平腔): zo dedˋmo?
Zhao-an accent (詔安腔): bbue rhung moˋ? (會用無？)
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