Chinese Exercise 1: The Difference and Order of Sentences

By Sujanti Djuanda – LingoLearn Chinese Teacher  

1.What is the difference of these sentences?

a)    我们(wŏmen)去(qù)中国(zhōngguó) 。

b)    我们(wŏmen)去(qù)了(le)中国(zhōngguó) 。

c)    我们(wŏmen)去(qù)了(le)中国(zhōngguó) 吗(ma)?

d)    我们(wŏmen)去(qù)中国(zhōngguó) 了(le)。

e)    我们(wŏmen)去(qù)过(guò)中国(zhōngguó)。

f)      我们(wŏmen)要(yào)去(qù)中国(zhōngguó)。

g)    我们(wŏmen)一定(yī​ding)要(yào)去(qù)中国(zhōngguó)。

h)    我们(wŏmen) 会(huì)去(qù)中国(zhōngguó)。

i)      我们(wŏmen) 会(huì)去(qù)中国(zhōngguó)的(de)。

j)      我们(wŏmen) 一定(yī​ding)会(huì)去(qù)中国(zhōngguó)的(de)。

k)    我们(wŏmen) 将(jiāng)去(qù)中国(zhōngguó)。

l)      我们(wŏmen) 将要(jiāng​yào)去(qù)中国(zhōngguó)。

m)  我们(wŏmen)去(qù)中国(zhōngguó) 吧(ba)。

II. Arrange the Sentences into Good Order.

  1. Yesterday night, my family, friends and I went to the Korean restaurant to eat fried sauce noodles.

韩国(Hán​guó) -我(wǒ) – 昨晚(zuó​wǎn)- 和(hé)- 吃(chī) -家人(jiā​rén) -去(qù) -朋友(péng​you)- 和(hé) – 炸酱面(zhá​jiàng​miàn) -饭店(fàn​diàn)

2. Don’t put your happiness in the hands of someone else.

把(bǎ) -的(de) – 自己(zì​jǐ) -在(zài) -寄托(jì​tuō) -的(de) – 身上(shēn​shang)- 别人(bié​ren) -不要(bù​yào) -快乐(kuài​lè)

3. Learn to give weight to where it really matters, don’t give weight to where it doesn’t.

的(de) – 学会(xué​huì) -可(kě) -事项(shì​xiàng) – 不闻不问(bù​wén​bù​wèn)- 重要(zhòng​yào) -注意(zhù​yì) -重要(zhòng​yào) -不(bù)

4. He is very busy boss, every three weeks he will go to business trip.

是(shì)-的(de)-每(měi) – 星期(xīng​qī)- 一次(yī​cì) -忙碌(máng​lù) -老板(lǎo​bǎn)- 出差(chū​chāi) -三(sān) -个(gè) -他(tā)

5. I ordered Sausage Fried Rice also a bowl of Luncheon Meat Macaroni Soup.

点(diǎn)- 炒饭(chǎo​fàn) -还有(hái​yǒu)- 一(yī) -通心粉汤(tōng​xīn​fěn ​tāng) -了(le) -我(wǒ) -碗(wǎn)- 餐肉(cānròu)  -腊肠(là​cháng)

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