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Is there a pattern to the usage of 〜的 on the end of words?
Sometimes I think it's more obvious when to use 〜的 as a suffix for example 国家 "nation/state" vs 国家的 "national", but in a lot of other cases I think the distinction might be more blurred, and they ...
Oct 16 '12 at 12:34
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