Part 1 Be-Sentence
Chapter 1 S + Be + PN / N
- Compared to English, Chinese has no plural forms for countable common nouns.
- Unlike English, Chinese shows no indefinite article ahead of a singular noun.
- Different from English, the verb “to be” is not changed with the pronouns.
- The English proper nouns are better pronounced as they are in speaking, but their Chinese characters may vary with translations, for example: Obama: 欧巴玛 and 奥巴玛.
- Like English, the narrated sentences are pronounced in a falling tone ↘ at the end of the sentence.
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