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Hello everyone! Curious if any of you have some good resources or thoughts on how 啊, 吧, 的, 了effect the words 好, 是, 對.
I have struggled with understanding their differences and use in the language.
I was just talking to a local today in Taiwan that summarized them like this but we were unsure of how accurate it is.
好啊: Informal Active Yes/Okay!
好吧: Reluctant Yes
好的: Formal Yes/Okay
好了: Somethings Done or Enough
是啊: Informal Active "Yes It Is "
是吧: I think it is, kind of, sorta, not 100% sure
是的: Formal "Yes It Is"
是了: Not used
對啊: Informal Active Correct/Right
對吧: That is probably correct
對的: Formal Correct/Right
對了: By the way
I am also a little unsure of what he intended by "Active" in each set of 啊. In 好 he said it was more a positive affirmative than saying 好的.