By Wen-Hua Teng

Yufa! a pragmatic advisor to Mandarin chinese language Grammar takes a special method of explaining the foremost themes of Mandarin chinese language grammar. The e-book is gifted in sections: the middle buildings of chinese language grammar, and the sensible use of the chinese. Key positive factors include:

  • Chinese characters, pinyin and English translations
  • Realistic situations to supply you with an enticing context within which to benefit grammar
  • Varied and inventive routines so that you can assessment your development easily.

    With easy descriptions, a variety of workouts, and examples which are rooted in practical events, the writer indicates you ways grammar is utilized in lifestyle.

This new moment version has been totally revised and up to date all through and remains to be one of many clearest and such a lot complete pedagogical grammars available.

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B) Making a suggestion 好不好/好吗?or 怎么样?is used to make a suggestion. 好不好? 李:下课以后,我们一起去吃饭、看电影,好不好? LM: Xià kè yMhòu, wNmen yìqM qù chC fàn, kàn diànyMng, hKo bù hKo? 丁:好啊!电影票,你买;吃午饭,我请客,怎么样? 怎么样? DCng: HKo a! DiànyMng piào, nM mKi; chC wOfàn, wN qMngkè, zLnmeyàng? Li: Let’s go have lunch and see a movie together after class, OK? Ding: Sure! How about you pay for the movie tickets and I’ll treat you to lunch? (c) Seeking approval/permission 可(以))不可以/可以吗?or 行不行/行吗?is used to seek approval/permission.

English: The girl whom I went to the movie with is Miss Bai. Awkward but acceptable: 我跟她去看电影 我跟她去看电影的那个女孩子是白小姐。 WN gBn tA qù kàn diànyMng de nà ge nY háizi shì Bái xiKojiL. Should be: The girl who went to the movie with me is Miss Bai. 跟我去看电影的那个女孩子是白小姐。 跟我去看电影 GBn wN qù kàn diànyMng de nà ge nY háizi shì Bái xiKojiL. English: The person to whom I wrote a letter last week is here. 我给他写信的那个人现在来了。 Awkward but acceptable: 上星期我给他写信 Shàng xCngqC wN gLi tA xiL xìn de nà ge rén xiànzài lái le. (e) 㸆/ㅍ + measure word It is useful to know that ‘那 + measure word’, which appears before the noun/noun phrase after the relative clause, normally does not literally mean ‘that’, but is only used to clearly indicate the singular number of the noun.

5(f) for more examples. 李:那个女孩跟你很像,她是谁? LM: Nà ge nYhái gBn nM hLn xiàng, tA shì shéi? 王:我跟她同姓,可是她不是我姐姐。 Wáng: WN gBn tA tóng xìng, kLshì tA bú shì wN jiLjie. 了? 李:那她是你妹妹了 LM: Nà tA shì nM mèimei le? Li: That girl looks very much like you. Who is she? Wang: We have the same last name, but she is not my older sister. Li: Then (in that case) she must be your younger sister, isn’t she? 5 Affirmative–negative questions: ‘verb ⏥ verb’ or ‘adjective ⏥ adjective’ This type of question is used to elicit an answer of either yes or no.

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