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par. an exclamation of unpleasant surprise
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When is it appropriate to use 阿 (ā) in a sentence?
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阿 (ā) is an exclamation of unpleasant surprise that is used in informal contexts. It is usually used to express shock, disbelief, or dismay. It is often used in response to something unexpected or unpleasant. For example, if someone tells you that they have failed an exam, you might respond with 阿 (ā).
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