February 21

Do Not Study Chinese Grammar Rules

Do Not Study Chinese Grammar Rules

Now I know, this is a tough rule for some people. Because, most of your life, learning Chinese, you have been told to learn grammar rules. In middle school, In high school, In university, In language school, everywhere in the world; grammar, grammar, grammar. So, my first question to you is: Did it work? Was.

February 6

Ordering Dishes in Mandarin

Ordering Dishes in Mandarin

服务员: Would you like to order now?   kě yǐ diǎn cài le ma ? 可 以点 菜了 吗 ?  客人: I think I’m having some trouble here.   wǒ yù shàng diǎn má fán le 。 我 遇 上 点 麻 烦 了 。  服务员: How may I help you?   wǒ néng bāng shàng máng ma.

January 6

Learn Mandarin grammar –Modal particle

Learn Mandarin grammar –Modal particle

In linguistics, modal particles are always uninflected words, and are a type of grammatical particle. Mandarin Chinese depends highly on the use of modal particles. Changing the pitch of the sentence or phrase would make the meaning of the sentence different. a 啊: placed at the end of a sentence to express admiration or affirmation,.

December 12

How to tell the difference between 有点 and一点

How to tell the difference between 有点 and一点

有点yǒudiǎn and一点 yìdiǎn both mean a little, but how to tell the difference? Well, the grammar function is different. 有点yǒudiǎn +adj./v. adj./v.+ 一点 yìdiǎn For example: 我有点冷。 wǒ yǒudiǎn lěng. I’m a little cold. 我有点感冒。 wǒ yǒudiǎn gǎnmào. I have a slight cold. 你有大一点的吗? Nǐ yǒu dà yìdiǎn de ma? Do you have a bigger.

OLDER OLDER 1 2 20 21