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Discussion of 叶子/葉子
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How is 叶子 (yèzi) used in everyday speech?
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叶子 (yèzi) is commonly used in everyday speech to refer to the leaves of plants. It is often used in the context of describing the appearance of a plant, such as when someone says 这株花开得很美，叶子也很绿 (zhè zhū huā kāi de hěn měi, yèzi yě hěn lǜ) meaning "This flower is very beautiful, and the leaves are also very green". It can also be used to refer to the leaves of trees, such as when someone says 树叶子都掉光了 (shù yèzi dōu diào guāng le) meaning "All the leaves of the tree have fallen off".
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