Pronouns in Mandarin Chinese

Pronouns in modern Mandarin Chinese are known as “代词dàicí”. There are fewer pronouns in Chinese compared to English. Chinese pronouns are grouped in three basic sets - “I and Me”; “You”;and "...

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Chinese Grammar | Jan 17, 2011 AM | Related:Pronouns

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Plural in Mandarin Chinese

Except for people there is no plural in Chinese, the character 们 men is used for Chinese plural, but only for people. Just put 们 men behind a noun denoting people and you have the plural pronouns! Read More

Chinese Grammar | Jan 17, 2011 AM | Related:Chinese plurals

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