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  • Study the Chinese fundamentals, e.g. how to construct questions, pronunciation etc.
  • Learning the Chinese characters is hard. Decide if you want to learn them or just focus on spoken Mandarin
  • Focus on learning the four tones correctly early on as the wrong tones can change the meaning of words completely
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    The Chinese you are learning here is the official language of China, which is also called Mandarin Chinese. It is different from another popular Chinese language, Cantonese, which is mainly spoken in Guangdong province and Hong Kong. Mandarin Chinese consists of characters/ standard script (你), phonetic script (ni), and tone marks, e.g. (ˇ) 你 (nǐ).

    When compared to other Languages, on a fundamental level the Mandarin grammar is actually very simple.

    no conjugations, no plural forms, no genders and no articles. Whereas the English verb “to know somebody” might have different forms like “knows”, “knew”, “known” etc., the equivalent Chinese verb 认识 (rèn shí) itself always stays the same, regardless of the context.

    Tones

    the first tone (ˉ), the second tone (′), the third tone (ˇ), and the forth tone (‵); because the concept of Tones is not existing in many European Languages including English. The best way to practice the tones is to listen carefully and to repeat the words and sentences.

    Nouns are pretty simple in the Chinese language. They do not have articles or genders, and there is no distinction between singular or plural.

    countable nouns, to express or to emphasize plural or numeral, various measure words, such as (gè/measure word for general use), and For example, 女人 (nǚ rén) can be understood as 'a/one woman' or 'women (female)'. 个 (gè/ measure word for vehicle) is a measure word for general use. Since Chinese doesn't have articles, ‘a woman’ is equal to ‘one woman’, in Chinese it is 一个女人; ‘three women' is 三个女人.

    Now that we already learned how to use nouns, in order to make complete sentences, we need to know about verbs.

    Chinese words (whether nouns or verbs) never change their form. Additional information (e.g. tenses, plural etc.) is conveyed by adding additional words (e.g. tense makers and measure words).

    Present Progressive Tense

    Example:

    nà gè nǚ rén zhàn zhe
    Now that we have learned our first sentence, let me explain a little about the standard word order.

    Past tense

    了 (le)

    – (article for past tense) which is placed after the verb.

    那匹马跳了.
    The horse jumped.

    Future tense is indicated by Example:

    nà pǐ mǎ jiāng yào tiào.
    Adjectives

    follows the noun.

    这件蓝色的衬衫是新的.
    The blue shirt is new.

    two adjectives

    following the noun shirt ‘衬衫 (chèn shān)’:

    2) 新的 (xīn de) indicates that the shirt is new.

    这 (zhè) refers to the place of the shirt (like the English word 'this').

    In this lesson, we will learn our first prepositions such as on 里面 (lǐ miàn), or under One important concept in Chinese Grammar is the use of the prepositional verb

    一个 婴 儿 在 车 里面
    A baby is in a car.

    There are a few different ways to make questions in the Chinese language.

    You can use the general question words This question words is just added at the end of the sentence.

    你好吗?
    Are you well? /How are you?

    You can also make questions by using specific question words like what 哪里 (nǎ lǐ), who 为什么 (wèi shén me).

    Example:

    nà gè nǚ rén zài zuò shén me?
    To answer this question, we just need to 做什么 and replace with the answer: 那个女人在烹饪 (nà gè nǚ rén zài pēng rèn/[That woman is cooking]). As you noticed, the order of the rest of the words in the sentence remain the same.

    where 哪里

    (nǎ lǐ / where)

    那个婴儿在哪里?
    Where is the boy?

    (zài) is also used since the question asks for a This example shows you how to construct a what 什么 (shén me / what) question.

    那辆汽车是什么颜色的?
    What color is the car?

    noun, for example 白色 (bái sè/[white]), and 黑色 (hēi sè/[black]); and as an When these words are used as an adjective, they are played behind these words of color.

    白色的屋子
    white house

    hēi sè de qì chē
    Have a look at the following a bit different example of a What question.

    那个女人在吃什么?
    What is the woman eating?

    (nà)’; measure word is needed in front of the noun.

    Negative Statements

    front of verbs /adjective. When (bù) is followed by a last tone word, e.g. 是 (shì/ [yes]),

    不是 is read as ‘bùshì / [be not]’, instead of ‘bùshì’.

    这个电话不是红色的, 它是黑色的
    This telephone is not red, it's black.

    In this section we will learn how to ask for something or make a request. This is very common, such as in restaurants wherein we ask for a plate or a drink.

    Sindarin Dictionary

    请把汤匙给我!
    Please pass me the spoon!

    9 General Translation Practicesindarin Lessons Pdf

    请 (qǐng) which starts the sentence and corresponds to the English 'please'. 把 [adverb] sentence is quite complicated.

    BECAUSE Sentences

    English To Sindarin Translation

    Sindarin To English Translator Tolkien

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