Research on Sentence Construction Rules in Standard Chinese

Xiaoxi SUN

Abstract


The rules of sentence construction in standard Chinese are subject to various conditions, including the existence of function words and modal particles, the influence of notional words and adverbs, the difference in word order, as well as the impact from different rhythms. In this article, we discuss the rules of Sentence construction in standard Chinese from several different perspectives.

Keywords


Sentence construction; Modal particles; Adverbs; Word order; Rhythms

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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