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Now Out: Essay 1538 on 妥 (compromise) and Four Revisions

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In a country that values harmony, one term for “compromise” has negative connotations! Learn to say, “It’s against my principles to compromise” and “The mayor will compromise to a certain degree,” as well as “His theory is widely accepted as valid,” “His proposal is reasonable,” “It was quite right of her to do that,” and “You ought to think about whether or not the premise is valid.”

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Ulrike will return soon with more great mnemonics.


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