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Act natural

In this article I want to discuss several aspects of Chinese sentence construction that don’t always come naturally to English-speaking students.

Leading to frustration

They are 使得(shǐde), 讓(ràng) and 令(lìng). They all seem to mean “lead to,” “induce,” “bring about.”

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Speech of parts

But in Chinese, apparently, these components fall into two categories, with different words.

In Chinese, it’s never relative

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Searching for the meaning of “找”

As you can see already, English and Chinese words do not exactly match one to one.

How to receive things in Chinese: 收(shōu)vs. 受(shòu)

In English among many other things one can “receive” a piece of mail, and one can “receive” good or bad emotional news. In each case, the verb is “to receive,” and we think of those

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