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I would tend to look at 是⋯⋯的 as a set for emphasis. With it removed, the sentence still means the same: 這一個要給李芳。 'For', a preposition, is not a terribly literal translation of 給, a verb meaning 'to give'. We translate 這一個(要)給李芳 naturally to 'This is for Li Fang' because it makes more sense this way in English, not necessarily because they are grammatically ...


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