“了” is used in Chinese to express a motion or situation that has already been changed or completed. The word “還沒” has a negative meaning and is opposite to “了”. These two sentence patterns are used very often in answers to questions.
We provide three questions for students to learn how to use the sentence patterns “了” and “還沒” for positive and negative answers. The comic strips and animations help learners to distinguish easier between “了” and “還沒”.
1. Is it dark? Has the President left? Have you changed your clothes? (Illustrated audio book of 10 pages)
2. SVO sentence pattern table (Illustrated audio book of 3 pages)
3. Practice (Illustrated audio book of 10 pages)
Four different types of tests are included.
Age: Recommended for Grade 1 students.
Level: Helpful Chinese reading for basic level learners.
Characters: Contains 300+ basic level Chinese characters.
5Q-Book (Traditional): Illustrated audio book with hanyu pinyin, traditional Chinese text and English.
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Reading Stories Anywhere, Any Time
5QChannel has over ten years of experience in Chinese learning content development and has published over 3,000 multimedia Chinese learning contents on the web. We specialize in using computer animation to transform classic Chinese literary works into captivating multimedia for the modern audience. Our products are educational in nature, and our aim is to help all readers around the world to read classic tales easily.
We understand the difficulties children have in reading these classics in their original form. By reinterpreting well-known classic stories and creating a new way of learning and studying with multi-media devices, we provide a means for people to watch animation anywhere and any time. We create digital reading with animations and thus the concept “Watch Animations and Get to Know the Classics” is realized.
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