把 (bǎ) Sentence

One of the most “popular” Chinese grammar is the “把 sentence.” This grammar is confusing for some learners since you can’t find this grammar in English. The basic Chinese sentence structure is S V O (Subject – Verb – Object). However, when using a “把 sentence,” you place the Object before the Verb. So the …

Conjunction Sequencing Actions 先…再…

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 …

Conjunction Simultaneous Tasks 一边 (yībiān)…, 一边 (yībiān)…

Multitasking seems a must-have skill nowadays. In this infographic, we teach you how this grammar works! The sentence structure is simple: 1. The subject is placed at the beginning. 2. Then use the phrase “一边 (yībiān)” twice (sometimes more, if necessary) 3. Place verb after each “一边 (yībiān)” See sentence structure and examples below.   Simplified Chinese …

How to Use de 的, 得, 地 Properly

After learning Chinese for a little while, you might notice that three are three “de”‘s. They are “的, 得, 地.” These appear quite often in Chinese. In this infographic, you will learn the difference between them and practice how to use them properly.   Simplified Chinese Version     Traditional Chinese Version   Please follow and like us:

Past Present Future

Knowing how to express “time” in Chinese is very important and useful. In this infographic, we made a 6×5 table to show you how to say “time” in reference to the present moment. We include the year, month, week and day.   Simplified Chinese Version   Traditional Chinese Version Please follow and like us:

Usage of 和 (hé)

In the first year of learning Chinese, you will see the word “和” very often. It is translated to “and.” For example, “我和你” means “you and me”, and “这个和那个” means  “this and that.” But there is a very common mistake that learners will make, and that is translating “和” for every “and.” But that will …