Translate the sentences into Chinese. (15, de)
  1. Very good paper
  2. A polite doctor
  3. Very large cars
  4. Very small maps
  5. A book for my brother
  6. Pictures for the children
  7. A map for the students
  8. Tea drinkers
  9. Letter writers
  10. Readers
  11. Those learning Chinese
  12. The recommender
  13. Book buyers
  14. The characters that students know
  15. The book that my teacher wrote
  16. The letter that she is reading
  17. A magazine that my mother bought
  18. This is a book that I bought for my brother.
  19. I know the Chinese characters that are in this book.
  20. I am using the dictionary that has Chinese characters.
  21. I have the book that my teacher recommended.
  22. They are all looking at the dictionary that I bought.
  23. This is a person whom we all know.
  24. Please have a look at this character that I have written.
  25. We are all non-smokers in this student hostel.






































Translate the following sentences into Chinese (16,太 SV了)

  1. I am extremely busy. He is not too busy.
  2. Mr Wang is extremely serious.
  3. His Chinese is extremely good.
  4. She shirt is extremely white. My shirt is not so white.
  5. Our dormitory is extremely new.
  6. Our teacher is extremely nice.
  7. Our textbook is extremely old.




















Translate the following sentences into Chinese (13, choice types)

  1. Aren't you a student of Chinese?
  2. Yes, I'm.
  3. Don't you study Japanese too?
  4. No, I don't study Japanese.
  5. Don't you know my Chinese friend, Ding Yun?
  6. No, I don't know her.
  7. Don't you have Chinese books?
  8. I don't have Chinese books, but I have a map of China.
  9. Aren't you going to the shops?
  10. No, I'm going to the bookshops to buy some Chinese books.
  11. Aren't you very busy?
  12. Yes, I am busy.
  13. Don't you drink Chinese tea?
  14. No, I don't.
  15. Don't you have any Chinese cigarettes?
  16. I don't smoke!
















Translate the following sentences into Chinese (17, time when)

  1. I am going to see a film this evening.
  2. We have Chinese grammar lessons at 10 on Monday mornings
  3. I'm going to the library after the class. Would you like to go?
  4. No, I'm going to have coffee at the canteen this afternoon.
  5. When do you have your supper?
  6. at 6 in the evening.
  7. Should we have a Chinese meal this evening?


























Translate the sentences into Chinese (15, co-verbs and measure words)

  1. Are they all coming to the student dormitory to see me? Three of them are.
  2. The English students often wrote letters to their Chinese friends.
  3. The teacher gave an introduction to five students to the Chinese language.
  4. I learn Chinese at the Institute for Chinese.
  5. She is returning the book to me
  6. Is Ms Wang (teacher) in China? Yes, she is studying there.
  7. What are you buying? I buying books for my mother.
  8. The readers in the library were all students from China.

































Translate the sentences into Chinese (15, measure words)

  1. Pleased give me two magazines.
  2. He has six books, magazine and two dictionaries, he has no maps.
  3. One of the students lives in the foreign students dormitory.
  4. I have three friends, none of them have Chinese dictionaries.
  5. How many Chinese do you know? I know two.
  6. He is going to the dormitory to see a student.




























Translate the sentences into Chinese (15, zher and nar)

  1. Who has got the newspaper that I bought for my older brother?
  2. I have come from that very polite English student.























Translate the sentences into Chinese (16 Progressive and continuous aspects)

  1. She is writing a letter
  2. When you find Mr Zhang (the teacher) he is bound to be drinking tea.
  3. When mother entered the classroom, the children were all reading.
  4. Are the students of Chinese having a class?
  5. No they are all drinking beer..
  6. What was she wearing at the Peking Opera?
  7. She is drinking coffee as she learns her characters.
  8. A lot of people were looking at him.


































Write down the following time in Chinese. (20, telling the time)

11:15,   12:06,   6:55,   8:30,   5:42,   7:00,   9:45


























Translate the following sentences into Chinese (20 modal verbs)

  1. I want to go to China and she wants to go to Japan.
  2. I would like to learn Chinese.
  3. She should learn Japanese.
  4. What language would you like to learn?
  5. I fancy some French food.
  6. I would  like to visit my friend.































Translate the following sentences into Chinese (22, position words)

  1. There is a Chinese restaurant next to the library.
  2. The dormitory is behind the bookshop.
  3. The chair is in front of the desk.
  4. My college is left to the Chinese department.
  5. The garden is behind of the house.
  6. The students are inside the classroom.
  7. There is dictionary beside you.




















Translate the following sentences into Chinese (20, age)

  1. I'm 20 this year. How old are you?
  2. I'm 21. When is your birthday?
  3. 30 January, and you?
  4. It's my birthday too.
  5. How old is your Chinese teacher?
  6. I don't know you should ask him.
















Translate the following sentences into Chinese (23, progressive aspects)

  1. Where is Ding Yun?
  2. She is working in the bookshop at moment.
  3. No, she is teaching Gubo Chinese in her dormitory.
  4. What are you doing?
  5. I am putting on my shirt.
  6. I am using the dictionary that you bought me yesterday.
  7. What are you looking at?
  8. I am looking at the map of China.
  9. What are you drinking?
  10. I am drinking the Chinese tea that Mr Wang gave me this morning.
  11. He is buying a Chinese car for his girlfriend.











Translate the following sentences into Chinese (The use of the particle 36)

  1. The students are sitting in the classroom.
  2. There are three books on the table. (Use 放 fàng  to put)
  3. There is a map of China hanging (挂guà) in the reading room.
  4. We are walking to the library.
  5. The library door is open (kāi).
  6. I'm busy cooking the meal for tonight.
  7. Don't smoke while you are reading!













Translate the following sentences into Chinese (Review of interrogatives following 好吗)

  1. Shall we have some tea in the café after the class?
  2. Could I please use your car for a little while?
  3. Shall we all go (straight) to the cinema from the library?
  4. Let’s all go there (straight) from my place.















Translate the following sentences into Chinese (the aspect for the completion of actions)

  1. Yesterday I went to the shop and bought three Chinese maps.
  2. I went to your place yesterday, but (但是) you were not at home.
  3. I was at home yesterday afternoon.
  4. The grammar teacher who lives next to the library had three Chinese cars last year.
  5. I was learning French at the language college four months ago.
  6. I haven’t learned the new characters in lesson fifteen.
  7. I ate in restaurants everyday when I was in China last May.
  8. I wanted to go to France last month.
  9. Did you introduce Gubo to Mr Wang this morning?
  10. In the past I often smoked in the classroom when there was no one there.
  11. I liked drinking coffee in the morning last year.
  12. Yesterday evening I went to the dormitory to see Ding Yun.

















Translate the following sentences into Chinese ( expressing experiences of actions in the past)

  1. I’ve been very busy and I haven’t eaten today.
  2. Ding Yun hasn’t slept yet.
  3. I’ve been to the Cafe next to the student dormitory.
  4. I’ve been there too.
  5. I haven’t had Chinese tea there. Have you?
  6. Yes, I have.
  7. Have you ever used Gubo’s car?
  8. No, I haven’t.













Translate the following sentences into Chinese (Modal )

  1. Xiao Ding was here a minute ago. He isn’t here now.
  2. I don’t want to stay in this dormitory any more.
  3. Gubo has told me that his girlfriend doesn’t love him any more.
  4. Stop drinking now! We are about to start the lesson.
  5. It’s nearly 5 o’clock. We are about to finish the lesson.
  6. These books are really expensive now!
  7. Stop writing now. I’m about to go to bed.
  8. Yesterday I wrote 50 Chinese characters. I am not going to write any more today.