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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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