What does "choose for oneself" mean?choosing oneself or choosing sth/sb for oneself?

@dennislv (134)
Shanghai, China
September 12, 2013 7:51pm CST
I prefer "choosing...for oneself. help me,please
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@cupkitties (7459)
• United States
13 Sep 13
I'm thinking what it's really saying is to make your own decisions.
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@dennislv (134)
• Shanghai, China
13 Sep 13
Xie Xie Ni. (Thank you.)
• United States
13 Sep 13
@dennislv No problem. So it's really xie xie ni? Just curious as "Ive always heard it as only "xie xie" without the ni.
@dennislv (134)
• Shanghai, China
13 Sep 13
"ni" means "you" in Chinese. xie xie ni=thank you “xie xie” is kind of similar to "thanks".
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