1.The mother kissed her baby on the cheek.
(The mother kissed her baby's cheek.)
2. A bullet hit him on the leg.
(A bullet hit his leg.)
3. The bottle knocked him on the head.
(The bottle knocked his head.)
- DaSaGwaLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
None of them is Chinglish. There are all perfect English English !
Those sentences with "on" is just to emphasize the location !
The sentences without are just simple sentences.
The reason people come up with Chinglish is because they think
in Chinese and translate it into English. To avoid this, one has to
think in English. Sounds weird ? Let me ask you when you speak Chinese, do you think in other languages? Definitely not. Therefore, people who can write, speak and listen to English well, they ALL think in English. It means, when they use English, they don't have any Chinese in their head.Source(s): self
- ~Shanti小瑄瑄~Lv 69 years ago
只是看人喜歡說出 或 寫出習慣的句型罷了