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How is 你的 (nǐ de) used in a sentence?
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你的 (nǐ de) is used to indicate possession or ownership. For example, if you wanted to ask someone what their phone number is, you could say "你的电话号码是什么？(nǐ de diànhuà hàomǎ shì shénme?)" which translates to "What is your phone number?".
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