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I would explain the usage of 将 like this: 将 + Object + AdverbialPart. AdverbialPart = InfiniteVerb + ResultOfAction The AdverbialPart is often in the form of sort of a perfect aspect of the verb. For example: eaten = 吃掉, where 吃 is the basic form of the verb, and 掉 means the action has finished, i.e. perfect aspect. And most basic way to construct it is ...
Literally translated, 现代化 is "modernised". Actually I think the construction of Adj+化 in Chinese is actually mimicking the construction created by -ize in English. Considering only the language aspect, I think 现代化 means the same as 现代(adj.) does. If there is any difference, 现代化 might implies a process of transforming something to be modern, hence ...
'现代化厂房' actually means '现代化的厂房'. The '的' is usually omitted when the adjective is followed by a noun.
Fa as last name in Chinese is super rare. I can only think of one Chinese character 法 (Fa, 法正 was a guy from three kingdoms period, as an example)at the moment. So I really doubt Fa is the last name. Jin has a common last name character 金, which is super common in China. Yan as a character in given name, could probably be: for girls: 妍(nice, ...
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