NOT A TEACHER
DEAR MEMBER LIUJING:
(1) I am trying (trying!!!) to learn Mandarin, so I know that your
first language does not have articles.
(2) Thus, I can understand the little mistake that you made.
English speakers would be more comfortable with:
I love three things in this world: the sun, the moon, and you.
(a) I guess the comma after "moon" is optional. I personally
would use it.
(b) Also, I am wondering about putting "you" last. Would she/he
be offended that you put the sun and the moon before him/her?
Nevertheless, I agree that it sounds better with "you" at the end.
As they say, we save the best things for last!!!
I love three things in this world: the sun, the moon, and -- of course --
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