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Review of Common Chinese Patterns 330


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On 7/2/2014 at 11:15 PM, Demonic_Duck said:


This pattern is relatively commonly used in my experience, most often 愛理不理


In bought the book being discussed a long long time ago, but I never really used it. I just didn’t like seeing things out of context, not knowing exactly how common each saying was, and also knowing it was written by mainland authors I was worried some of the patterns might be more common on the mainland.


can someone confirm whether there is any regional bias in the book?

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