CHI506 L. 16 Notes - * (3) After the measure words: The...

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Grammar notes for L16 1. Omission of nouns (1) Possession: Such as mine, yours, or sb’s (‘ Noun /Pronoun+ ’  serves as a noun, so   is used) Ex 1. This is my magazine, where is yours ? Ö t º ª * Ex2. That atlas of China is Mr. Wang’s . Ö t º ª * Ex3. The professors in our department are all very nice, how about your department’s ? p (2) After the adjective : Similar to the concept of ‘the poor’ or ‘the rich’in English.   has to be added even for one-syllable adj which does not take , such as ( Adject ive + serves as a noun, so is used) Ex1. That nice looking car is mine. The ugly one is his. h h Ex 2. The yellow notebook is here. The white one is over there. A / h h Ex3. This is a Chinese dictionary. I want to buy an English one .
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Unformatted text preview: * (3) After the measure words: The nouns could be omitted too. Ex1. / is omitted hereh I have three tickets. How many pieces (of tickets) do you have? Ex2. / This book is mine, which volume (of book) is yours? Ex3. / / / Seven students are French, four chunks (of students) are Americans. 2. from a preposition like t . It (or its prepositional phrase) has to be placed before verb. h location 1 + / h (or other verbs) h location 2 Ex1. He comes from the dorm. (we dont have location 2 here)h Ex2. He came to my house from the dorm. / Ex3. He wrote me a letter from Beijing. A 3. Sb + / = location (the location where sbs at) Ex1. Grammar notes for L16 Ex2. H ! Ex3. H !...
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CHI506 L. 16 Notes - * (3) After the measure words: The...

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