Month: November 2020

The surprising truth about Chinese grammar, 3

We have already seen that grammar doesn’t just mean changing the form of words. check out our previous posts here. This is one thing that grammar can do (and some languages do a lot of it). But grammar can mean many more things. Come let’s have another look. Isn’t Chinese grammar optional? “Never mind all that!” …

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The surprising truth about Chinese grammar, 2

We’ve already talked about the idea that Chinese has no grammar: See “The surprising truth about Chinese grammar”. This topic is both important and fun because it is repeated so often, by Taiwanese and foreigners alike. Let’s have another look! The surprising truth about Chinese grammar, 2 Chinese is so unique it’s hard for us to …

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