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A complement that describes the direction of a verb. [Verb + 来/去], [到 + place + 来/去] [Subject + verb + direction complement + object], [Subject + 把 + object + verb + direction complement] among other …
a phonological process that adds the "ér" (儿) sound (transcribed in IPA as [ɻ]) to syllables in spoken Mandarin Chinese
Questions about the origin and history of Chinese words. Use [glyph-origin] for the origin of characters.
Questions about more or less fixed expressions.
Questions related to fonts or typefaces used for displaying text in Chinese.
For questions about names of food or other edibles in Chinese
Questions about formal Chinese, as we might use e.g. in official documents, or when communicating with an employer.
Questions about games that help learning Chinese language in terms of reading, listening, and also writing or speaking.
For questions about words of expressions that are specific to a certain gender (masculine, feminine, neuter, etc.) of their subject.
Questions about the graphical origin and evolution of characters. Use [etymology] for the origin and history of Chinese words.
Questions about the grammatical rules governing Chinese structure and composition.
Questions about greetings in Chinese.
one of the main Sinitic languages. It is spoken natively by the Hakka people in southern China, Taiwan and throughout the diaspora areas of East Asia, Southeast Asia and around the world.
Questions about writing Chinese characters by hand.
Questions related to the history of the Chinese language(s).
a standardised Chinese proficiency test for non-native speakers of Chinese. The test is administered by the Chinese National Office for Teaching Chinese as a F…
For questions about humor in Chinese language and culture.
Questions related to idioms, maxims, sayings, and other expressions consisting of a combination of words that has an indirect, figurative meaning.
Questions about informal Chinese, e.g., casual talk between friends or relatives.
For questions about Chinese input methods, Pinyin, Bopomofo, Cangjie, etc., or just drawing characters by hand.
Questions concerned internet slang (互联网用语/網絡語言).
For questions concerning the International Phonetic Alphabet and its usage in Chinese phonology
For questions about words and expressions that involve kinship or familial relationships
For questions about the process and techniques used to learn Chinese or its topolects.