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舍不得 Qing Wen

舍不得
Connie, John, Liliana
QW0132
Intermediate
feelings, grammar

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Many users have expressed confusion about this commonly heard Chinese phrase, 舍不得 (shěbùde), largely because there are so many different translations offered by various dictionaries (and seriously, when would you ever use "loathe to" in normal conversation)?? So today we'll be helping you find out just what this phrase means, and how to use it! You'll also be finding out what Connie and Liliana would hate to part with... (not surprisingly food comes up)!

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