Oh yes, and that is something I’m going to miss about Southeast Asia. Many Chinese people in Malaysia and Singapore do this. I’ve also heard that some Cantonese speakers in Southern China do as well. If that’s true, I assume that’s how the practice started in Southeast Asia because so many of the ancestors of today’s Southeast Asian Chinese population migrated down from Southern China.
Do some Chinese people say “la” at the end of their sentences?
April 15, 2023 0 Comments