Do you know the difference between “或者” (huòzhě) and “还是” (háishi)?
Read these examples first:
Nǐ xiǎng hē chá háishi hē kāfēi?
Do you want to drink tea or coffee?
Wǒ xiǎng hē chá huòzhě kāfēi.
I want to drink tea or coffee.
In More Detail
Well, as we can see, both words mean “or”, BUT the specific distinction is that 还是 ( háishi) is used in questions, and 或者 (huòzhě) – in affirmative sentences. So easy to remember, right?
Make two sentences with these words and write them in the comments below!