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Basic Units in Chinese Language

November 7, 2013

For every one foreign learner who comes to study in Mandarin learning courses in China, the first thing they should know is the basic units in Chinese language. In total, the units from the small to large are respectively morpheme, word, phrase, sentence (simple sentence and compound sentence), sentence group, passage and text. In the following parts, the […]

Lesson 23 – Elementary – Are 可爱, 可贵 and 可惜 the Same ?

November 7, 2013

Learning Chinese words with similar meanings and appearances is an effective method to expand the vocabulary. However, it is also possible to cause some misunderstandings because the foreign students who just begin to learn Mandarin Chinese may feel confused about the differences among those words. For example, 可爱 and 喜爱 have the same function of showing love to something. They […]

Learning Chinese Expressions 哪有…这样的

November 7, 2013

If the foreign students want to communicate with Chinese people more smoothly when they learn to speak Chinese, they should know the meanings and tones of some Chinese expressions often used in daily conversations. For example, 哪有…这样的is often applied to show somebody’s action it too insensible to be accepted like说好保修一年的,出了质量问题又不承认,哪有你们这样的!It is more often used in the […]

Oral Chinese Expressions 本来嘛

November 7, 2013

Being influent with the common expressions often used by Chinese people in daily conversations is the precondition of studying better in Mandarin language courses in China. for instance, if you hear Chinese people say本来嘛, you should know it is applied to show that it is sure to be like this as it is or it should […]

Lesson 23 – Advanced – Replacing Similar Words 心情 and 内心

November 7, 2013

During the process of practicing reading when you study in Chinese learning programs, you may often see the exercises that demand you replace the underlying words in the sentences with the proper words with similar meanings and application. Usually, the given words are usually relatively difficult and what you need to do is to replace them […]

How to Use Potential Complement in Chinese?

November 7, 2013

The potential complement is one kind of important complements in Chinese language that the students need to master when they come to study in China. From the perspectives of structure and meaning, the potential complement can be divided into three classifications, the first of which is the structure verb1 + 得/不 + verb2/adjective, indicating that there is no condition or […]

Are 他能帮你 and 他会帮你 in Chinese the Same?

November 7, 2013

After learning the meanings and applications of the two characters 能and会, some of the beginners of Chinese language learning may feel confused about the differences between the sentences 他能帮你and他会帮你. As they know, the most basic meaning of the two characters is to show somebody is able to do something. However, when it comes to the two sentences […]

Focus Literacy and Scattered Literacy Methods in Chinese Learning

November 7, 2013

To use the focus literacy method in the child initiation stage is a good tradition of Chinese characters teaching in China. The famous teaching materials of focus literacy method with profound influence are Three Character Primer, the Book of Family Names and One Thousand Character Primer. The experimental use of the focus literacy method has […]

Lesson 26 – Advanced – Understanding of Grammar Points 莫非and 一一

November 7, 2013

When the foreign students are learning Chinese, they should pay attention to some certain adverbs. The adverbs are used to express different emotions and tones. The adverbs have different kinds which include the adverb of time, place, manner, degree and interrogative adverb. The verb is used to modify the verb, the adjective and the whole sentence. […]

When Can I Say 不好说 and 不得了了?

November 7, 2013

Since the main purpose of learning Chinese language is to communicate with Chinese people more fluently, the learners need to understand and use more oral expressions which are frequently used in daily communication. For example, the phrase 不好说is to show to be uncertain of or have no confidence about what has said. You may often hear it […]

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