In Qing Wen, Connie frequently starts example sentences with something that sounds to me like "biyu shuo". I assume the shuo is the expected " 说". But in trying to figure out the other part, the most reasonable thing I found was 比喻 [bǐyù] (compare, analogy). Is this what she is saying, and is the meaning of this phrase something like "For instance, you can say XYZ"?
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