Can I use 又 to give more than two properties of something?
Can I use 又 to express more than two properties that something has? I know this is ok: > 這個貓又快又好看。 (This cat is fast and good looking.) But can I write?: > 這個貓又快又好看又很高興。 (This cat is... more
Are there relative pronouns in Chinese?
Are there words for relative pronouns, for example: The man, **who** was walking to the shop, was tall. Is there a Chinese word for the bolded "who"?
How to list adjectives in Chinese?
I am preparing for HSK 6, and its Reading Part 1, which asks you to identify a 语病 in a sentence, is notoriously hard. Here is one of the sentences from HSK 6 Reading Part... more
Difference between “当…时”, “…的时候”, and “当…的时候”?
What is the difference between : > “当…时” and > “…的时候” and > “当…的时候” when refer to "when" in Chinese? I have tried to look for an answer but I couldn't find a clear one.
Help with the confusions around 了?
So I am having a bit of a confusion with the use of 了. So the teacher gave me a sentence which is this: 我买了两个苹果。 She said that V+了+object requires the object to have specified quantity. After that... more
Why is 不 sometimes put between the syllables of a 2-syllable word?
For example, > 看见 - 看**不**见 > 离开 - 离**不**开 but > 喜欢 - **不**喜欢 > 知道 - **不**知道 Why is this done and how do I know if I should or shouldn't do it when negating? Couldn't find... more