A Reference Grammar of Chinese Sentences with Exercises
University of Arizona Press, Jan 1, 1986 - Foreign Language Study - 395 pages
Begins with simple single-word-subject and simple-predicate sentences and moves systematically to transformed simple sentences and finally to compound and complex sentences. Each sentence structure is not only descriptively analyzed, but also formulated in a pedagogical pattern with examples. Exercises are provided in each unit.
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Chapter 2 NEGATION OF BASIC SENTENCES
Chapter 3 QUESTION FORMS OF BASIC SENTENCES
Chapter 4 TIME ASPECT AND CHANGE OF STATUS
Chapter 5 COMPLEX NOUN PHRASES
Chapter 8 MODALITY
Chapter 9 COORDINATE AND SUBORDINATE STRUCTURES
Chapter 10 Special Sentence Types
Chapter 11 SYNTACTIC INVERSIONS
Chapter 12 STYLISTIC VARIATIONS AND MEANS OF FOCUS
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