The AP Chinese exam is designed to assess your proficiency in the Chinese, here's an ultimate guide for effective AP Chinese exam preparation.
Grammar list for AP Chinese Exam
Here is a list of common grammar points that are often tested on the AP Chinese exam. It is essential to have a strong grasp of these concepts.
Grammar list for AP Chinese
The AP Chinese exam doesn't have a specific grammar list provided by the College Board. Instead, it assesses your ability to use grammar naturally and effectively in various contexts. However, here is a list of common grammar points and structures that are often tested on the AP Chinese exam. It's essential to have a strong grasp of these grammar concepts:
- Present, past, and future tenses.
- Aspect markers like 了 (le) for completed actions.
- Subject-Verb-Object (SVO) sentence structure.
- Subordinate clauses and relative clauses.
- Passive voice construction (被 bèi).
- Using 不 (bù) for negation.
- Using 没有 (méi yǒu) for "have not" or "did not."
- Yes-no questions with 吗 (ma).
- Wh-questions with 什么 (shén me), 哪里 (nǎlǐ), 谁 (shéi), etc.
- Using 比 (bǐ) for comparisons.
- Comparative structures like 更 (gèng), 更加 (gèng jiā).
- Expressing possibility with 可能 (kě néng).
- Expressing necessity with 必须 (bì xū).
- Using 还是 (hái shì) for "or" in questions.
- Using 而且 (ér qiě) for "and."
- Using 了 (le) to indicate the duration of an action.
- Using 为了 (wèi le) to indicate purpose.
- Using 如果 (rú guǒ) for "if" clauses.
- Using 就 (jiù) to indicate a resulting action.
- Using 让 (ràng) to indicate "let" or "allow."
- Using 使 (shǐ) to indicate "cause" or "make."
- Using 先 (xiān) for "first," 然后 (rán hòu) for "then," 最后 (zuì hòu) for "finally."
- Using 是...的 (shì...de) to emphasize information in a sentence.
- Using 的 (de) to indicate possession.
- Using 吧 (ba) for suggestions or softening commands.
- Using 呢 (ne) for forming questions.
- Using 没有...不 (méiyǒ..bù) for emphasis.
- Using 越来越 (yuè lái yuè) for "more and more."
- Using 越...越 (yuè...yuè) for "the more...the more..."
- Using 应该 (yīng gāi) for "should."
- Using 互相 (hù xiāng) for "each other."
- Using 打算 (dǎ suàn) to indicate intention or plan.
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