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How is 那边 (nàbiān) used in everyday conversation?
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那边 (nàbiān) is used in everyday conversation to refer to a location that is not close to the speaker. It is used to indicate a place that is far away, either physically or figuratively. For example, one might say 那边的人 (nàbiān de rén, "the people over there") to refer to people who are not present or not part of the conversation. It can also be used to refer to a place that is not immediately visible, such as 那边的山 (nàbiān de shān, "the mountain over there").
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