Basic Chinese Grammar for GCSE IGCSE IB SAT AP HSK

The greatest truths are the simplest! In simple way, Chinese Grammar is just the sequence construction of Characters, li
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Instructed by Mr. David Yao Language / Chinese
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  • Lectures 16
  • Length 1.5 hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 4/2016 English

Course Description

The greatest truths are the simplest! In simple way, Chinese Grammar is just the sequence construction of Characters, like my LEGOO name. Grammar is a borrowed concept from western language. There is no Grammar in Chinese in certain senses.  

In the complicated way, Chinese Grammar can drive you to crazy! In this course, I will show you the simplest truths in my own way, if not academic way! 

This basic grammar course will guidance you the: Stative verb 状态动词, Verb: to be 是, Question words 疑问词, Subject and object sentence pattern 句子结构, Adverbs 副词, Modal verb 助动词 etc. 29 topics.

This  course is based on the syllabus of IB Chinese and GCSE Chinese. The quick reference for your examination. 



What are the requirements?

  • You may study Chinese for around 100 hours and need grammar guidance.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • -know the Basic Chinese Grammar (maybe no Grammar in certain senses)
  • -Speak basic sentences that cover greetings, date and time, feelings differentiation, etc. 11 topics.
  • - Know the big picture of Chinese language
  • - Know the Pinyin (Pronunciation System, borrowed from Western language)
  • By go through the detail of pass GCSE, IGCSE IB SAT AP HSK past papers with our in-depth expertise and explanations, we present you the Chinese Grammar in the straightforward way.

What is the target audience?

  • This course is designed for students who are going to attend Mandarin Chinese GCSE, IGCSE , IB, AP, SAT, HSK 3, HSK 4 examinations.
  • It is also good for Beginners to learn Chinese structures (called Grammar in certain senses).
  • The beginners can improve their vocabulary as explanations are using our unique “Sentence Builder” and “Vocabulary Builder” approach. Furthermore, the HD crystal clear video and audio explained by David YAO himself will make your learning journey pleasant and smooth.

What you get with this course?

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Curriculum

Section 1: Basic Chinese Grammar
07:34

Part 1-2 out of 29 sections6
PART 1     Stative verb 状态动词
PART 2   Verb: to be 是 

Grammar is a borrowed concept from western language. There is no Grammar in Chinese in certain senses.  The greatest truths are the simplest! In simple way, Chinese Grammar is just the sequence construction of Characters, like my LEGOO name. 
In the complicated way, Chinese Grammar can drive you to crazy! In this course, I will show you the simplest truths in my own way, if not academic way!



05:39

LCWD GCSE IGCSE Chinese Grammar Part 3 out of 29 sections
PART 3   Question words 疑问词 


04:40

LCWD GCSE IGCSE Chinese Grammar Part 4 out of 29 sections
PART 4     Subject and object 句子结构

12:49

LCWD GCSE IGCSE Chinese Grammar Part 5 out of 29 sections
PART 5     Adverbs 副词

02:42

LCWD GCSE IGCSE Chinese Grammar Part 6-8 out of 29 sections
PART 6 Modal verb 助动词
PART 7     Coordinated subjects/topics + 都 All
PART 8     Indirect questions 间接疑问句

04:05

LCWD GCSE IGCSE Chinese Grammar Part 9 out of 29 sections
PART 9   Pivotal construction 连动句和兼语句

03:48

LCWD GCSE IGCSE Chinese Grammar Part 10-11 out of 29 sections
PART 10     Modification of nouns: With and without 的 de
PART 11     Choice type questions 

04:25

LCWD GCSE IGCSE Chinese Grammar Part 12 out of 29 sections
PART 12   Measure words 量词

01:18

Use of modal particle le 了

Conjunctions 连词
08:26
04:27

Expression of location 方位词

Section 2: Verbs of movement
03:30

LCWD GCSE IGCSE Chinese Grammar Part 19 - 21 out of 29 sections
PART 19 Verbs of movement: coming and going: 从 
PART 20     Verbs of movement:  means of travel
PART 21 Verbs of movement:  purpose in coming and going

Section 3: Time expressions
05:50

LCWD GCSE IGCSE Chinese Grammar Part 22 out of 29 sections
PART 22   Time expressions:(a) asking the time

Section 4: Comparison, Verb complements, Passive 把 construction
04:19

LCWD GCSE IGCSE Chinese Grammar Part 23 - 24 out of 29 sections
PART 23   Experiential suffix: 过
PART 24   Comparison 比

04:16

LCWD GCSE IGCSE Chinese Grammar Part 25-26 out of 29 sections
PART 25 Verb complements 动词补语
PART 26     Distance  from 离

04:59

LCWD GCSE IGCSE Chinese Grammar Part 27-29 out of 29 sections
PART 27     Ba 把 construction
PART 28     Adverbial 地 de
PART 29   Compare of 的 得 地

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Instructor Biography

Mr. David Yao, founder of legoo mandarin online learning school

David yao, the founder of legoo mandarin, born in china, resides in kuala lumpur, malaysia, master degree from university malaya, acca (uk) member. have 20 years’ experience in mandarin teaching for foreigners. teaching is also a process of learning, especially for me. i enjoy the teaching and always try to find the best way from outsider. the online education is the one of trend which will shape our future education. combining my master of it, i am focusing on mandarin chinese online teaching and education and still looking the best it solution to integrate my mandarin teaching systemic materials and methods. legoo is my effort of the past 18 years! as a teenager in middle school, i had no interest in languages. i even failed chinese in my university entry examination. as i grew older, i began to teach friend’s kids occasionally in mandarin in malaysia when i studied here. i discovered many smart boys had the same trait as me: no interest in language. i began to look the answer for: why do we all not like languages? i had a great grandfather yiu hong, who was a famous chinese writer and chief editor for his publishing company. i studied chinese again whilst studying english in addition to way it was taught. an answer was found: we don’t like language because there is no challenge like maths or other subjects, it is boring! i can read, talk, write, and why ask me to memorize so many details and complicated thing!

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