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Can 彼 be used as an indefinite pronoun like やつ or 男?
気取らない彼が好きです。 I like him, who doesn't put on airs. My first reading of this sentence was to assume that 彼 was referring to the boyfriend meaning of 彼, and thus my interpretation was "I like an ...
Dec 23 '11 at 19:50
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