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
action adjective adverb America child China Chinese characters clause complement Conj didi direct object dongxi durative aspect elder brother final particle gege haishi haizi head noun huar I-Tag jiao Jintian Mandarin Chinese measure marker mei(you meimei modal modifiers muqin negation negative adverb neiben shu neng Nide nominal not-have noun phrase one-M pattern perfective aspect piaoliang predicate Prep that-M pronoun qian qiche Qing quantifier question form qunian reduplicated shei shenme shi bushi shi Wang taitai sing song student Subj syllable tade tall Tamen teach English that-M this-M this-M book three-M Tianqi tone transitive verb two-M verbal Wang taitai Wang xiansheng word written as follows xianzai xiaojie xihuan xuexiao yige Yingwen yiyang Zhang zheiben Zheige Zhongguo Zhongwen zuotian