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lái rì fāng cháng
idiom. the coming days would be long, there will be a time for that, the future lasts a long time
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How is 来日方长 (lái rì fāng zhǎng) commonly used in conversation?
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来日方长 (lái rì fāng zhǎng) is commonly used in conversation to express hope for the future. It is used to express the idea that there is still time to achieve something, or that there is still hope for a better future. It is often used in the context of encouraging someone to keep trying, or to stay optimistic. For example, someone might say "加油！来日方长！" (jiā yóu! lái rì fāng zhǎng!) which means "Keep going! There is still hope for the future!"
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