Welcome to LTL’s Chinese Grammar Bank!

DID YOU KNOW – learning Chinese Grammar is not that hard at all, and guess what? It’s become even easier with this fantastic new resource we have launched!

Whether you are a total beginner or already know some Chinese but need to refresh or strengthen your knowledge, you can refer to this page and its content as often as you’d like. We want this to be your one-stop guide to all elements of Chinese Grammar!

We are creating new content all the time, so don’t worry if you don’t see the grammar point you were looking for, we are probably already on it!

In fact, we even create content on request, need help? Just ask us!

The content of this page comes from our Flexi Classes curriculum.

If you ever wish to take Online Chinese Classes with us, or are already a LTL student and wishes to extend your program, feel free to contact us anytime.

BONUS | If you are also studying, or interested in studying Japanese we also have a Japanese Grammar Bank for you to utilise.

TOP TIP | If you are looking for a specific grammar point hit CTRL + F or CMD + F on your device and search for the keyword you are looking for. For example “questions”, “还是” or “不”

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  • How to Use 把


    If you're in an advanced stage of learning Mandarin, you're probably already wondering how to use 把? We help you understand this complex sentence structure.

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  • How to Use 再


    How to use 再? 再 is used to describe something that has happened once and will happen again. Check this lesson for structures and sentence examples.

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  • How to use 极了


    How to use 极了 in Chinese? Unlike 死了,极了 intensifies positive adjectives in a sentence. Check out the structures and sentence examples to learn how to use it.

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  • How to Use 就是


    How to use 就是 in Chinese? 就是 is mainly used to emphasise sentences. Check out the sentence structures with relevant examples to help you study efficiently.

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  • How to Use 地


    Turning adjectives into adverbs in Chinese is a piece of cake! You can do this just by adding the particle "地". Click for more explanations and examples.

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  • LTL Avatar Irene Magnosi
    Irene Magnosi, Student Advisor

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