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How to use 如 to make comparisons or analogies
I see this come up sometimes in idioms, and I find it easy to understand but not easy to use(1) Is it used to spoken comparisons or analogies? Or is it only for literary, formal, fixed expression? If ...
Aug 30 '13 at 13:59
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