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Proper way to use sentence-final particles (like 啦 or 喽) in spoken Chinese
I know it's very common for Chinese speakers to add special particles to the end of their sentences to enhance the tone a little bit, such as adding 啊 to show excitement or 啦 to sound cute. Just to ...
Jul 11 '13 at 12:31
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