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Verb complements

Posted by wufeifei July 7, 2008 in the Group General Discussion.

Since I study completely on my own (the native speakers I occasionally chat with don't count because I've never been able to get a proper answer from them since my Chinese isn't good enough to explain my problem sufficiently ;-) ) I have no fixed schedules, but no controlled, traditional input either. I'm afraid I might have missed a few crucial grammar points in the process. A particular concern of mine is the issue of the beloved complements. I'd therefore ask you to either provide a link to a concise grammar reference site or give me an overview of the various complements (and perhaps mention any other oft-overlooked grammatical aspects) you've studied/come across, whether in class or at home up to a post-intermediate level. (Qing Wen dealt with some of them, but there's such a staggering number of them left...) No explanations/examples necessary, just a list.

Thank you so much for your help.

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