Chinese Grammar with Rules and Interactive Exercises

Learn and practice Chinese grammar online with MandarinBean.

We offer hundreds of interactive exercises suitable for beginners to advanced Chinese learners, allowing you to reinforce your knowledge and master the Chinese language. You will receive feedback for every question!

Through our explanations, we aim to demystify Chinese grammar. Here, we provide clear and concise explanations for all the important rules.

Grammar Hubs

These hubs categorize similar types of grammar rules.

Chinese Measure Words

量词 (liàngcí) – Chinese measure words, also known as classifiers, are a distinctive and essential component of Mandarin Chinese. Unlike English, where measure words are

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Comparative Sentences

Comparative sentences in Chinese are a fundamental aspect of the language, used to compare and contrast people, objects, actions, or qualities. The core structure of

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“把” (bǎ) Sentence

把 (bǎ) sentences are a distinctive and essential structure in Chinese grammar. The use of 把 is particularly common in conversational Chinese. It’s often used

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“被” (Bèi) Sentence

The 被 (bèi) sentence is an essential grammatical structure in Chinese, primarily used to express passive voice. This structure allows speakers to emphasize the object

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In Chinese, verbs do not conjugate based on tense. Instead, the language relies on other elements in a sentence to indicate when an action takes

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Chinese prepositions, “介词 (jiècí)”, typically precede nouns or pronouns to indicate various relationships such as direction, location, time, and manner. They help in clarifying the

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Prefixes and Suffixes

Chinese prefixes and suffixes are attached to root words to alter their meaning or grammatical function. They play a vital role in word formation, helping

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All Grammar Points

You can find all grammar points organized by levels.