Two random grammar questions
A Chinese student said to me the other day "almost new". I got to thinking, how would I say that in Chinese? I think I would say, 崭新差不多. However, can I say 几乎新的?
I sometimes want to express something similar to this: "I aleady have five of them."
Which is right:
This really is another 了 question. I know that 已经 and 了 go hand-in-hand, but because I read before that 了 generally does not go with 有 to express completed action as 有 is a state and not an action, I am not sure what to do with the 了.
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