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Connie's example sentence starter...?

Posted by hryj March 28, 2009 in the Group General Discussion.

 

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"?

Thanks!

HRYJ

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