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Chinese adopts the SVO structure. In this case, the subject (S) is 我, the verb (V) is 主張, and the object (O), or what the speaker advocates, is 制止不了就放任. Within the phrase 制止不了就放任, the single most important character is 就 (then). In fact, it is an abbreviation of 如果⋯⋯就⋯⋯ (if... then...), which is a construction we see in conditional sentences (假設複句). The ...


我 = I 主張 = propose; suggest; say (如果;既然) 制止不了 = (if; since) it can't be stopped 就放任. = then/just let it be 我主張制止不了就放任 - I say if/ since it can't be stopped, just let it be

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