theunixgeek (theunixgeek) wrote in linguaphiles,
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"What do you think?" in Mandarin

How would you say "What do you think?" (as in, "Here's my suggestion. What do you think [about it]?") in Mandarin? I'm guessing it's something along the lines of 你怎么觉得? but that's more like "how do you feel" instead, and I though that 你觉得什么? sounds awkward/foreign. So, what do you think? ;)
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