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A 呢 (ne)
The Interrogative Particle 呢 (ne) is used after a noun or pronoun, forming a question about the situation mentioned previously. The commonly used sentence pattern is “A…… B呢 (ne)？”
B 哪 (nǎ)
When the interrogative pronoun “哪 (nǎ)” is used in a question, the structure is “哪 (nǎ) + measure word/ noun + noun”.
C 吗 (ma)
The particle “吗 (ma)” indicates an interrogative mood. When “吗 (ma)” is added at the end of a declarative sentence, the declarative sentence turns into a question.
Nǐ dào nǎ ér qù
Where are you going?
Wǒ qù chī zǎo cān. nǐ ne
I am going to have breakfast. And you?
Nǐ zuì jìn dōu hǎo ma
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