When most people think of "grammar" they don't get very excited. But grammar can teach you something in minutes that might take days to figure out by immersion alone.
Grammar is your friend!
We believe in grammar, and we include it in our method. But let's be honest. Studying Chinese grammar will not make you fluent.
These days, it is popular in some circles to claim that there is no need to learn grammar. The thinking goes something like this:
I didn't learn grammar as a child, and yet I still learned to speak. Therefore, I do not need to study grammar as an adult.
This sort of thinking ignores the fact that as an adult you have a higher mental capacity, and learning some grammar is easy and will be a big help to you.
Grammar is not the goal.
For most people, the goal is not to become a grammar expert—the goal is to be able to speak Chinese conversationally. To do that, you need a complete conversation course.
And for most people, communication is the primary goal.
There are grammar topics below in app:
+ 接 (jiē) and 接到 (jiēdào) in Chinese grammar: answering and receiving
+ The difference between 拿 (ná) and 带 (dài) in Chinese grammar
+ Chinese direction complements: Basic verbal directions with 来 (lái) and 去 (qù)
+ How to use 对 (duì) and 跟 (gēn) as prepositions in Chinese grammar
+ 以前 (yǐqián) and 以后 (yǐhòu) in Chinese grammar: before and after, past and future
+ 加以 (jiāyǐ) in Chinese grammar: apply to, engage in, endeavour to
+ Three uses of 才 (cái) in Chinese grammar: only, just now / not until, emphasis
+ The difference between 对不起 (duìbuqǐ), 请问 (qǐngwèn), 麻烦你 (máfan nǐ) and 劳驾 (láojià) in Chinese: “sorry” and “excuse me”
+ The difference between 想 (xiǎng), 要 (yào) and 想要 (xiǎngyào) in Chinese grammar
+ 过 (guò) in Chinese grammar: past experiences, past actions
+ 除了…以外 (chúle…yǐwài) in Chinese grammar: apart from, except, in addition
+ Using 嘛 (ma) in Chinese grammar: stating the obvious and describing expectations
+ The 要是…就 (yàoshi…jiù) construction in Chinese grammar
+ How to use the particles 吗 (ma) and 呢 (ne) in Chinese grammar
+ The 是…的 (shì…de) construction in Chinese grammar
+ How to use 拿起来 (náqilai) and 拿上来 (náshanglai) correctly in Chinese grammar
+ How to use 跟 (gēn) and 也 (yě) correctly in Chinese grammar
+ 长 (zhǎng) vs 长得 (zhǎngde) in Chinese grammar
+ Repeating question words in Chinese (place-holder question words)
+ Borrowing and lending in Chinese grammar: 借 (jiè), 借给 (jiègěi) and 跟…借 (gēn…jiè)
+ How to use 放假 (fàngjià) and 假期 (jiàqī) correctly in Mandarin Chinese
+ How to use 划算 (huásuàn) in Mandarin Chinese: to be a bargain
+ When should you put 的 (de) after adjectives in Chinese grammar?
+ Using 人 (rén) and 男人 (nánrén) – “man” – correctly in Mandarin Chinese
+ Key Chinese grammar structure: modifier + de + noun (的)
+ Past events in Mandarin Chinese grammar (there’s no past tense!)
+ How to use 没关系 (méi guānxi) in Chinese: ‘it doesn’t matter’, ‘not related to’
+ The difference between 终于 (zhōngyú) and 最后 (zuìhòu) in Mandarin Chinese: ‘finally’ vs ‘the last’
+ The 一 … 就 pattern in Chinese grammar (yī … jiù): as soon as, once, whenever
+ The difference between 碰见 (pèngjiàn), 遇见 (yùjiàn) and 见面 (jiànmiàn) in Chinese
+ The difference between 算 (suàn), 算上 (suànshang) and 算了 (suànle) in Chinese grammar
+ When 给 (gěi) comes directly after verbs in Mandarin Chinese (verb-给 compounds)
+ When 在 (zài) comes after the verb in Chinese grammar
+ How to use 倍 (bèi) in Chinese grammar: -times, -fold and multiplication
+ How to use 帮 (bāng) and 帮忙 (bāngmáng) correctly in Mandarin Chinese
+ The difference between 半 (bàn), 一半 (yí bàn) and 一个半 (yí ge bàn) in Chinese grammar
+ Common mistakes with 把 (bǎ) in Chinese grammar
+ The sentence particles 吧 (ba) and 吗 (ma) in Chinese grammar
+ Chinese grammar 把 structure: a basic introduction
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Xuexi Huoban NPCR has unique support for learning the characters that compose a word. Touching a character on a flash card answers questions like "Where did I see this character before?" or "What do the separate parts in this character mean?".
Xuexi Huoban NPCR currently has the following features with more coming in future releases:
✓ Word lists of the first three books of the NPCR series with both English and Dutch translations.
✓ Word lists of books 4 and 5 of the NPCR series with English translations.
✓ Flash cards grouped according to books and chapters of the NPCR series;
✓ Flash cards containing words with simplified characters, pinyin, English or Dutch translation, and abbreviations for grammar terms;
✓ Learn mode in which you can browse the flash cards;
✓ Test mode in which a configurable test can be performed;
✓ Similar word list with all words containing a selected character;
✓ Decomposition of a selected character into its constituent parts.
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