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Basic Structures of Chinese Grammar
2012-01-31, 8:48 AM
** Chinese grammar has no tenses and each verb has only one form.
To form a plural, just add a character (们, mén) after the subject.
For example,
I learn Chinese - 我学中文
We learn Chinese - 我们学中文
To talk about the past and the future, just add extra characters ( 了, le)after the verb)
. For example:
I go to school - 我去学校
I went to school yesterday - 我昨天去了学校
No adjective changes for comparative or superlative and no verb-to-noun change with suffix.
Additional characters will have to be used to express all those concepts.
For example:
small - 小的
smaller - 较小的
The Chinese grammatical structure of a sentence is roughly the same as other languages. Since there are so many things in common, concentrate and focus your attention to the differences that give you the most surprises.
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