基础汉语
  • 难免 + V

    难免 (nánmiǎn) means \"to be unavoidable\" or \"inevitable\" and is most commonly placed before a verb, often an auxillary verb such as 会 or 要. It can only be used to introduce an inevitable situation that is characterized by negative features. One cannot u

  • 语法:Noun/Adjective + 化

    The suffix 化 (huà) can be added to the end of many Chinese words to make them into verbs, the equivalent of \"-ize\" or \"-ify\" in English.

  • 语法: 值得 + V

    值得 (zhíde) means \"to be worth\" doing something, and is often placed before a verb or a verb phrase. Note that it is used to describe whether an action is worth it and cannot be used to state that something is worth a certain monetary value. For that 值 m

  • Coordinative Phrases 并列短语

    A coordinative phrase is a single formed by two or much more phrases on the exact same portion of speech in coordinative relation. The terms in a coordinative phrase may possibly be separated by conjunction. The serial comma “、” can also be utilized to se

  • 语法: 总 + media + Verb

    总 (zǒng) can often be simply translated as \"always,\" but it has other advanced uses as well. It can express \"no matter how long or under what circumstances, facts are facts.\" It can also express \"no matter what.\" It is often paired with other words

  • 语法: Subject + 都 + Predicate

    In its simplest terms, 都 (dōu) means \"all\", but there are also many other advanced uses for it.

  • Simple Sentences 简单句

    Sentences are formed from words and phrases using grammatical rules to express a complete idea. In general, simple sentences are composed of a subject and a predicate. Sentences can also be classified as either subject-predicate sentences or non subject-p

  • 语法: 再三 + V

    再三(zài sān) or means \"repeatedly\" or \"time and again\", and can be placed before or after a verb.

  • 语法: 可 + Adj (+ 了)

    可 (kě) can be used to intensify an adjective, or to add emphasis to a verb. It is stronger than other modifiers, as 可 compares the speaker‘s expectations with the actual situation. The meaning of 可 is very reliant on context.

  • 语法: 毕竟

    毕竟 (bìjìng) can be used to emphasize a reason or characteristic, and is like \"after all\" wher you might say, \"he is after all, only a child.\" 毕竟 is used both in spoken and written Chinese.

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