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Go library to play games 去图书馆打游戏

Learning Objective 

Chinese Grammar

The Chinese grammar section explains the main grammatical structures you need to know in order to make your own sentences.  There are example sentences to show how the language is used. 

 

Watch our videos to help you understand grammar and listen our audios to help you pronounce the language in an interactive, clear and simple way.

In this unit, learn to:

Construct the “把bǎ” sentence (I) : “ A把B + Verb + …”


Use “ A 把 B + Verb + …” to construct a “ 把 bǎ ” sentence (I)

A “把 bǎ” sentence is a useful structure to express an action that has been completed by a definite person of thing. The ba-sentence is often used to request a person to perform an action and put emphasis on the result of the action.


The grammatical structure is “A把B + V + …”. A is a person who perform an action on an object B. Note that If there are negative adverbs or modal verbs such as “没”, “别”, “不能” , they should precede “把”.


Examples:


你把空调关了吧。

You turn off the air conditioner.


帮我把这封信寄了。

Help me post this letter.



Examples: (Note that negative adverbs and modal verbs such as “没”, “别” “可以”, “不能” precede “把” in these cases)


你没把手机给我。

You didn't give me your phone.


你别把作业忘了。

Don't forget your homework.


你可以把门关了吗?

Can you close the door?


我不能把钥匙给你。

I can't give you the keys.






Expression of Approximate Numbers : 左右


Use “左右” to express an approximate number

To express approximation in general, we can use “左右” after a numeral. It has the meaning of approximately, roughly, about, around, slightly less or more, etc. in English to indicate approximation in number, time, date, weight, money, etc.


Examples:


星期天,我一般十一点左右起床。

On Sunday, I usually get up around eleven.


我只有五百块钱左右。

I only have about 500 yuan.


我们俩认识十年左右。

We have known each other for about ten years.

Chinese Vocabulary and Writing

The Chinese vocabulary and writing section introduces new Chinese vocabulary you need to know in order to understand the language.  For each new vocabulary, you learn what it means, how to pronounce and write it. 

Having a good vocabulary will help you improve your language level and become a more confident speaker of Mandarin.  Practising Chinese writing is often one of the best ways to improve your vocabulary.

 

Chinese character copybooks available online or in printed format enable you to practise your Chinese writing in a stroke by stroke manner.  

 

In this unit, learn how to pronounce and write new vocabulary below:

把 [ bǎ ] (m) used for thing with a handle


笔记本(电脑)[ bǐ jì běn (diàn nǎo) ] (n) notebook; laptop


词典 [ cí diǎn ] (n) dictionary


灯 [ dēnɡ ] (n) light; lamp


电子邮件 [ diàn zǐ yóu jiàn ] e-mail


放心 [ fànɡ xīn ] (v) to ease one’s mind; to rest assured


关 [ ɡuān ] (v) to turn off; to close


还 [ huán ] (v) to return


记得 [ jì de ] (v) to remember


借 [ jiè ] (v) to borrow; to lend


离开 [ lí kāi ] (v) to leave; to part with


图书馆 [ tú shū ɡuǎn ] (n) library


习惯 [ xí ɡuàn ] (v) to be used to


信 [ xìn ] (n) letter


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