Chapter 2:Chinese Syllable, meaning, and word (3)

5. Incorporating foreign words and naming foreign objects Chinese has not borrowed freely from other languages. However, when it incorporates foreign words into the language, it typically ...

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Chinese Grammar | May 19, 2011 AM | Related:Chinese syllables

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Chapter 2:Chinese syllable, meaning, and word (2)

One of the features of Chinese is that each syllable is associated with a meaning. Word-specific tone changes in Chinese: there are certain tone changes that occur in specific Chinese words. Read More

Chinese Grammar | May 19, 2011 AM | Related:Chinese syllables

Chapter 2:Chinese Syllable, meaning, and word (1)

One of the features of Chinese is that each syllable is associated with a meaning. The most common length of Mandarin words is two syllables, and a number of common word formation strategies exist which help to create and maintain the two syllable word. Read More

Chinese Grammar | May 19, 2011 AM | Related:Chinese syllables

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