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adj./adv. raw; uncooked; unprocessed; unfamiliar; just, simply; very
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When would you use 生 (shēng) to refer to a person being born?
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You would use 生 (shēng) to refer to a person being born when you want to emphasize the rawness or unfamiliarity of the experience. For example, you could say “他生来就有这样的能力” (tā shēng lái jiù yǒu zhèyàng de nénglì) which means “He had this ability since he was born”. This emphasizes that the ability was something he had since he was born, rather than something he learned or developed later.
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