This is our third “conjunction” infographics. Why are conjunctions so important? Written language greatly benefit from conjunctions.
For example, let’s say you would like to write a story.
A beginner may be able to write it with a few individual sentences.
But advanced student can use “conjunctions” they have learned and connect those individual sentences and in the end, deliver a smooth and superior story.
I hope you find these conjunctions useful.
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This “Conjunction Sequencing Actions 先…再…” grammar is pretty simple. The sentence structure is
先(First) + Action/Event 1 , 再(then, and then) + Action/Event 2
你 先 做作业，再 去玩。
Nǐ xiān zuò zuo yè, zài qù wán.
You do homework first, then go play.
See the infographic for more examples.
Simplified Chinese Version