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

3. Word-specific tone changesIn addition to the tone changes mentioned in Chapter 1 for all third-tone syllables, there are certain tone changes that occur in specific words.3.1 Tone change in the wo...

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

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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

Learning the Chinese Word for Nature

Ancient China did not have a specific term for 'nature', but had many terms with interrelated meanings, such as 天, 天地. Now, Chinese uses 自然 as the Chinese word for nature. Read More

Vocabulary | Jan 17, 2011 PM | Related:Nature

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