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I know 了 is a indicator for past tense in Chinese. But it seems there are more usages for this character, so how to use 了 in Chinese? Thanks!

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marked as duplicate by songyuanyao, 杨以轩, Ave Maleficum, 50-3, Yu Hao Apr 22 '14 at 15:04

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I think you should probably look it up in a dictionary. Foreign learners won't remember, and native speakers can't make a list, native language is almost an instinct, we won't remember every usages.

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