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Why is "le" used in this sentence?

Posted by BangWo November 8, 2012 in the Group General Discussion .

These first two examples from the expansion make sense in regard to their use of "le", because a change of state is indicated.

(She might have left.)




But why is "le" used here? Does this suggest he had a change of mind?, because it seems to be a solid statement.

(He probably will not come.)

And how would I say..."I probably won't go out today."?


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