Chapter 14: Chinese prepositions and prepositional phrases

Prepositions occur before a noun phrase and indicate some relationship between the noun phrase and the main verb of the sentence. The preposition plus its noun phrase forms a prepositional phrase.1. ...

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Chinese Grammar | Jun 12, 2011 AM | Related:Chinese Prepositions

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Chapter 4:Phrase order in the Chinese sentence

The basic phrase order of the Chinese sentence is topic + subject + predicate. Chinese prepositional phrases always occur right before the verb and its objects: subject + prepositional phrase + verb + direct object Read More

Chinese Grammar | May 21, 2011 PM | Related:Chinese Phrase order

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