刚 versus 刚才

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Re: 刚 versus 刚才

Postby hexiaoman » 10 May 2012, 00:22

These are GREAT!!!! Thanks so much! I think they might scare my first-year students a bit (they like simplicity), but for talking about how to teach this with other teachers, these are amazing. These will also be great for upper-level students who still get confused. Nice addition of 才刚 into the mix, very well done & helpful!
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