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Character of the Day: ? (guò) Part 2

Learn a character a day with Mandarin Blueprint right here at Shanghaiist! This is Part 2 of our discussion of ?. Even though the original meaning of ? is “to cross”, you will most commonly see it used as a grammatical particle. What grammatical particle you ask? You’ve never studied it? ?????? n? méiy?u xuéguo ma? Well that’s actually exactly what it indicates, that you have or haven’t experienced before whatever action precedes ?.
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