Chinese Grammar

Most people consider Chinese as one of the most difficult language to learn this is because its pronunciation and writing system. However, there are many reasons for learning Chinese, for example Chinese is the most spoken in the world because it is the mother language of at least ¼ of the world’s population. Learning Chinese is also a new and extraordinary experience through which one can learn a little more about one of the most ancient and wonderful cultures in the world.


If you are planning to learn Chinese for any reason, this page will provide you the most complete information about one of the most important topics, we are talking about Chinese Grammar. In this page you will find useful resources including Chinese nouns, verbs, adjectives and more much more. Seek not further, this is the best place to learn Chinese grammar.



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Chinese Adjectives

Chinese Adjectives

The adjectives are undoubtedly one of the most important topics in any language, and Chinese language could not be the exception. So, if you want to learn a little more about this important topic, this is one of the best places.

Chinese Adverbs

Chinese Adverbs

Chinese adverbs precede verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs which they modify. Most adverbs can be transposed. Chinese Adverbs are the attributes of verbs, qualifying the action which they express. They indicate quantity, quality or mode.

Chinese Articles

Chinese Articles

Chinese articles don’t exist with this name in Chinese grammar; however, there are some especial words that replace them. This section will help you to recognize and learn this important issue.

Chinese Conjunctions

Chinese Conjunctions

Chinese conjunctions are important words that help us to join other words, sentences, or clauses. There are many types of Chinese conjunctions and they have special rules. You can check out all about conjunction in this section.

Chinese Nouns

Chinese Nouns

In Chinese, nouns are typically used transnumerally, it means, they are not marked for plural, though determiners and quantifiers may be used to individuate noun phrases. This section will show you the grammatical rules to use Chinese nouns.

Chinese Prepositions

Chinese Prepositions

Historically, Chinese prepositions have an intimate relationship with verbs, because that modern Chinese prepositions are in fact verbs in Classical Chinese. Chinese prepositions are usually placed before the word governed.

Chinese Pronouns

Chinese Pronouns

Chinese pronouns or personal names are not place words, but they are used in the same functions as nouns, and it is only sometimes that they occur as object in sentences. Chinese pronouns do not distinguish gender and case.

Chinese Sentence

Chinese Sentence

Chinese is considered a topic-prominent language, in that not all Chinese sentences have a subject, but all sentences have a topic. Chinese grammar has special rules to structures sentences. This section will show you those rules.

Chinese Verbs

Chinese Verbs

Chinese verbs are quite different from English verbs. They have a great deal more flexibility and adapt themselves to serve many purposes. It can be hard to understand Chinese verbs but, this section will provide you the enough tools to do it.

Chinese Voice

Chinese Voice

Chinese grammar is not too concerned with the active and passive voices. In the active voice the subject may be added, but in the passive voice the subject does not appear. You can learn more about Chinese voice in this section.