English Grammar for Students of Chinese:
The Study Guide for Those Learning Chinese
English Grammar for Students in Chinese
- What's in a Word?
- Part of speech
- Function and form
- What is a Noun?
- What is Meant by Number?
- Count nouns vs. non-count nouns
- What is a Subject?
- Subject vs. topic
- What is an Object?
- What is a Verb?
- What is a Modal Verb?
- What are the Uses of the Verb “to be”?
- What is Meant by Tense?
- Tense vs. aspect
- What is the Progressive?
- What is the Imperative?
- What is a Pronoun?
- What is a Personal Pronoun?
- What is the Possessive?
- What is a Reflexive Pronoun?
- What is an Interrogative Pronoun?
- What is a Demonstrative Pronoun?
- What are Indefinite and Negative Pronouns?
- What are Phrases, Clauses, and Sentences?
- What is a phrase?
- What is a clause?
- What is a sentence?
- What are Affirmative and Negative Sentences?
- What are Declarative and Interrogative Sentences?
- Yes-or-no questions
- Tag questions
- What is the Causative Construction?
- What is a Relative Clause?
- What is a Conditional Clause?
- What is Meant by Active and Passive Voice?
- What is an Adverb?
- What is an Interrogative Adverb?
- What is an Adjective?
- What is Meant by Comparison of Adjectives?
- What is a Demonstrative Adjective?
- “Like this”/”Like that?”; “This way”/”That way”
- What is an Interrogative Adjective?
- What is a Preposition?
- What is a Conjunction?
- What is an Interjection?
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