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For questions about Chinese prepositions, some times also called coverbs, e.g. 在，往，对, etc.
Questions regarding the correct consonants, vowels, tone, stress, rhythm and intonation of a word in spoken Chinese
For questions about punctuation marks in written Chinese.
Questions about radicals of Chinese characters.
Questions that concern the reading and comprehension of a written text
Questions concerning search and sharing of supplementary resources used in the process of language study: books, articles, links to Web sites, audio and video recordings, corpora, etc. Click on "info"…
For questions about the result complement 结果补语
The art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing, especially the use of figures of speech and other compositional techniques.
the process of rendering Chinese characters with the roman alphabet.
a cover term for a wide variety of phonological processes that occur at morpheme or word boundaries (thus belonging to what is called morphophonology).
For questions about Chinese characters and/or language found on seals, stamps, inscriptions, hand signatures, paintings, etc.
Questions concerning the types of words and phrases which are grouped and ordered meaningfully to express a statement, question, or another type of sentence
Separable verbs (or: verb-object compounds) are verbs that can be separated, such as 睡觉 within 睡一个好觉.
Shanghainese (Native name: 上海閒話/上海言话), or the Shanghai dialect/Hu dialect (simplified Chinese: 上海话/沪语; traditional Chinese: 上海話/滬語), is a dialect of Wu Chinese spoken in the city of Shanghai and the s…
For questions about simplified Chinese (standardized in printing since the 1950s in mainland China). Not merely for questions which happen to be written in simplified Chinese.
Questions related to slang, i.e. a type of language that consists of words and phrases that are regarded as very informal.
Questions related to software for reading, writing or processing (written or spoken) Chinese.
For questions about spoken Chinese (aka "oral Chinese" or "verbal Chinese"); consider also the [pronunciation] tag.
Questions about terminology used in sports
Questions about the characters' stroke order.