Part 1         Be-Sentence

  Chapter 1        S +  Be +  PN / N


Special notes:

  1. Compared to English, Chinese has no plural forms for countable common nouns.
  2. Unlike English, Chinese shows no indefinite article ahead of a singular noun.
  3. Different from English, the verb “to be” is not changed with the pronouns.
  4. The English proper nouns are better pronounced as they are in speaking, but their Chinese characters may vary with translations, for example: Obama: 巴玛 and 巴玛.
  5. Like English, the narrated sentences are pronounced in a falling tone at the end of the sentence.

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