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Questions concerning the types of words and phrases which are grouped and ordered meaningfully to express a statement, question, or another type of sentence

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In terms of grammar, Chinese also uses punctuation marks to delimit fragments and sentences, so a line break usually doesn't indicate a new sentence. The only hard rule is that most punctuation marks …
answered Jun 7 '16 by congusbongus
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Yes. In fact, you can use any word as an exclamation, especially in speech. I'm not aware of any language where this is ungrammatical. Example: Q: What's your favourite Chinese word? A: 当然!
answered Jun 10 '16 by congusbongus