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comment Is this an exception in the use of 的?
@Georgeee Very kind! Thanks! I see... Well, for now I'm a student of Mandarin, but learning some Traditional on the way won't harm... :D
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comment Looking for Pinyin standards
I think it's the same phenomenon I described in the second part of my answer, where some characters lose their tones, and not just for a matter of transcription.
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comment Looking for Pinyin standards
Can you provide some actual examples of such discrepancies you're referring to?
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answered Looking for Pinyin standards
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revised Why is 有 (yǒu) the only verb that requires 没 while other verbs can use 不?
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comment Why is 有 (yǒu) the only verb that requires 没 while other verbs can use 不?
Your post wasn't answering my question but you made a good point and I added a small part to include the topic covered by your answer.
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revised Why is 有 (yǒu) the only verb that requires 没 while other verbs can use 不?
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asked Why is 有 (yǒu) the only verb that requires 没 while other verbs can use 不?