Common Sentence Patterns

You’ve learned a lot of new vocabulary, but sometimes you find that your Chinese is still not accurate enough and things that you want to express does not come out as natural. You need more practical sentence structures to help you speak more advanced Chinese. In this set of videos, the teacher will show 20 important commonly used Chinese sentence structures. The teacher’s speaking speed and pronunciation will help you better understand what you have learned.

Common Sentence Patterns
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Popular Youtube grammar course

• In-depth analysis of sentence structure, easier to master

Using English to assist teaching, you can learn just by understanding simple English

• Also applied to study for the HSK tests

What you will learn

20 commonly used advanced Chinese grammar syntax

√ Most used expression in Chinese

√ Comprehensive improvement of listening, speaking, reading and writing


• Learners with a certain foundation in Chinese

• Learners who need to standardise Chinese expression and speak correct sentences

• Learners who need to take the HSK3 test or above


         Have a habit of pronouncing incorrect sentences? It doesn't matter, LingoChinese will help you. This course selects 20 commonly used advanced sentence structures in Chinese, which are suitable for many scenarios heard in everyday life. Each sentence pattern is supplemented with detailed grammar interpretation and sentence-making training to quickly improve Chinese expression skill and consolidate memory from lessons. We will help you speak Chinese more authentically.

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Key Sentence Pattern


√ ……死了sǐ le Extremely… (dead sǐ le)

√ A vo v.得de 比bǐ B adj. Compared to B, A vo v. De adj.
√ adj. adj. 的de adj. adj. de

√ A 比bǐ B adj. Compared to B, A.. adj.

√ A 比bǐ B adj. num.-m. Compared to B, A is adj. num.-m

√ A 比bǐ B adj. 得多de duō A is much adj. than B
√ A 比bǐ B aux. v. A is more aux. v. than B

√ neg.+v.+qw neg.+v.+qw



• HSK 3+ or equivalent


Have you encountered such difficulties

• The knowledge points of Chinese grammar are too trivial to summarise

• It took a long time to learn a grammar but found it was not useful

• Little time to study, lack of review and consolidation

• Know the meaning of many words, but always write bad sentences

Why learn Chinese grammar

• It’s a language being spoken by 1.5 billion people

• The essential language of the world’s 2nd largest economy

• Grammar is the basis for speaking the correct sentence

• Make subsequent vocabulary learning more effective




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