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Using 的 at the end of a sentence
I'm looking for confirmation of the way I'm parsing a sentence with 的 at the end, and I'd appreciate some background or other examples of this usage. I found this sentence on tatoeba.org: ...
Jan 15 '12 at 5:34
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