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How is 哀求 (āi qiú) typically used in a sentence?
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哀求 (āi qiú) is typically used to express a plea or request for help. Here are some examples of how 哀求 can be used in Chinese sentences:
1. Pleading for Forgiveness:
(Tā āi qiú tā yuánliàng tā de cuòwù.)
He pleaded with her to forgive his mistake.
2. Begging for Help:
(Tā āi qiú lùrén bāngzhù tā zhǎo diūshī de háizi.)
She begged passersby to help her find her lost child.
3. Pleading for Mercy:
(Qiúfàn āi qiú fǎguān kuāndà chǔlǐ.)
The prisoner pleaded with the judge for leniency in sentencing.
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