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cháng 尝

Posted by go_manly February 26, 2010 in the Group General Discussion.

Most of us know that 尝 (cháng) means 'to taste'.  But MDBG also describes it as a 'past tense marker'. Could someone explain what this means, with an example. I thought 了 and  过  were the only characters that could be described in this way.

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