中国学生英语

Learn English Language Grammar and Parts-of-Speech for Chinese Speakers

This course is designed to be simple to learn English for Chinese students.

It includes 10 articles that explain the parts of speech in English such as nouns, verbs, pronouns, adverbs, adjectives, prepositions, conjunctions, interjections and determiners.

By the end of this course you will improve your English proficiency.

Introduce Yourself

  • Hello my name is ___________
  • Please call me  ___________  (nickname / English name)
  • I am from  _______ and my favorite food is ___________
  • Hello my name is Wang (王)
  • Please call me John
  • I am from  Shanghai and my favorite food is mapo tofu

What do you like to do?

The things you like to do in your spare time when not studying or working (or sleeping) are called hobbies. For example:

What hobbies do you have? 你有什么爱好 (listen)

I like singing 我喜欢唱歌 (listen)

Choose the activities that you like to do:
(click on the link to listen to the hobby)

Introduction to Grammar

Do you want to master grammar in order to speak and write in English without errors?

To learn English we need to understand how to form a sentence and what the parts of the sentence mean. These parts are called parts of speech and the course will look at each of these and how they are used in English sentences.

  • 1 – first person single – I  
  • 2 – second person single – you   你
  • 3 – third person single – he / she / it  他  她 它
  • 1 –  first person plural- we  我们
  • 2 – second person plural – you  你们
  • 3 – third person plural- they 他们

Parts of Speech

  • nouns
  • verbs
  • pronouns
  • adverbs
  • adjectives
  • prepositions
  • conjunctions
  • interjections
  • determiners
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happy chinese students learning english

Nouns

  • Proper nouns
  • Common nouns
  • Noun vocabulary
    • family
    • countries
    • jobs
  • Singular and plural nouns
  • Irregular nouns
  • countable / incountable nouns

Verbs

  • Introduction to verbs
  • Verb agreement
  • Verb tense – simple, continuous
  • Linking / Helping Verbs
  • Irregular verbs
  • Verb aspect
  • Verb tense – continuous (progressive)
  • Verb tense – perfect
  • Verb tense – perfect continuous / progressive
  • Modal verbs
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Pronouns

  • Introduction to pronouns
  • Relative pronouns
  • Subject, verb & object pronouns

Adverbs

  • Introduction to adverbs
  • adverb use and examples
  • types of adverbs
  • adverbs vs adjectives
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Adjectives

  • Introduction to adjectives
  • Opposites
  • Types of adjectives
  • Emotions
  • Comparatives & superlatives
  • Order of adjectives

Prepositions

  • prepositions of place
  • prepositions of movement
  • prepositions of time
  • phrasal verbs (with prepositions)
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Determiners

A determiner introduces or modifies a noun

  • role of determiners
  • articles
  • definite and indefinite Articles

Conjunctions

  • Introduction to Conjunctions
  • Coordinating conjunctions
  • Subordniating Conjunctions
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Interjections

Oh no! It’s not interjections!

English for Chinese Speakers

This is a guide to learning English designed for Chinese speakers.

If you want to learn English as a second language to Chinese your first language then this course with help you with how to write and speak English, pronunciation, and all things for English learners.

English Language Learning

There are many ways to help you with your learning. Many Chinese students like learning apps on their phone, online English, or even English books.
 
It is good if you have an interest in something like TV programs, films or social media that has English speaking and English words to improve your skills.
 
This is useful not only for practice but also to learn how speakers of English rise and lower their voice (intonation),  pronunciation and English vocabulary
 

Teaching English

This website does not include IELTS or TOEFL, English tutors or private lessons. but there are many articles and online courses that you may find useful (see articles).
 

Chinese and English Languages

There are many differences between Chinese languages like Mandarin and Cantonese and English (not just the alphabets), therefore there are common areas that learners will find difficult.
 
During this series we will help students with these areas that are challenging for Chinese speakers like the ‘r’, ‘l’, ‘w’, ‘v’ and ‘th’ sounds, consonant clusters and plural forms of words.