Simplified Chinese Version
In English, when you compare a statement sentence with a question sentence,
you find that they have a different sentence order.
In Chinese, it is much simpler! You just place a question word in place of what you want to ask about. There is no need to rearrange the sentence!
In this infographic, we list the seven most common question words. These are
which 哪 + measure word,
There are two examples for each question word.
Use the “can-do” list to check if you learned this grammar.
⃞ I can tell the structural difference between English and Chinese question sentences.
⃞ I can say “what, where, why, when, which, how and who” in Chinese.
⃞ I can recognize the Chinese characters for “what, where, why, when, which, how and who.”
⃞ I can write “what, where, why, when, which, how and who” in Chinese pinyin/Chinese characters.
⃞ I can recognize “what, where, why, when, which, how and who” when people speak in Chinese.
⃞ I can ask questions with “what, where, why, when, which, how and who” in Chinese.