"de" Vs. "le"
Hey. Just came across this sentence:
Nĭ shénme shíhou lái Zhōngguó de?
So if that means when did you come to China? how come the sentence ends with de and not le?
I thought le was the particle which conveyed the past, like
Or are de and le both interchangeable in this way?
Could I also say
Nĭ shénme shíhou lái Zhōngguó le?
Nĭ shénme shíhou láile Zhōngguó?
Thanks in advance, people.
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