The course will adhere to the three-in-one “form – function – culture” principle of language learning, primarily focusing on common grammatical elements. After organization and comparison of these grammatical elements, we will collect and present the various forms in which a single element can appear on differing educational levels.
The secondary focus of the course will be Chinese society and culture. We will place the grammatical elements to be studied in a representative, realistic cultural and linguistic context, thereby enriching the cultural content of the educational materials and stimulating students' interest.
The course will satisfy the various needs of different students to the greatest extent possible. Students will be able to select educational materials based on their own language ability and retrieve them on demand, leaving much room for choice.
This course will allow students of various skill levels easily to grasp commonly used Chinese grammatical structures, meanings, and usages.Students can increase their knowledge of the Chinese language as well as their capacity for self-study while also obtaining a deeper understanding of Chinese culture and improving their overall Chinese skill.
Have you been to Houhai？
I’ve been thought about opening a kebab restaurant myself!
What’s the difference between “过guo” and “了le”?
The door is open.
It has a big red double-happiness character pasted on the door.
Watching World Cup while drinking beer
The groom was drinking and drinking until he got drunk.
The teacher put the tea table in front of the sofa.
The teacher swept the room clean.
The grandmother mistook the salt for sugar.
Chinese people often link their food and what they wish for together.
Mr. Bei was injured when practicing Kung Fu.
He is called the “The King of Pop”.
Harry Porter has been translated into multiple languages.
An Interview with Mr. Bei
Complement of Result → Complement of Possibility
Directional Verb → Complement of Possibility
Complement of Direction → Complement of Possibility
Extended Meaning of Complement of Direction
Verb “了liǎo” as Complement of Possibility
Verb “得dé” as Complement of Possibility
Features of Complement of Possibility
Distinguish Complement of Possibility and Complement of Degree
Comprehensive Exercise of Complement of Possibility
（“Mr. Bean’s Holiday”）