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Resources for Chinese grammar have been scattered, incomprehensible, and hidden behind paywalls for way too long. Wikipedia has shown us a better way, and we are working hard to make Chinese grammar learner-friendly and accessible to all.

We've already got 2,125 articles online, and we're growing! If you'd like to contribute, please get in touch.

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Get pinyin for all the Chinese characters in this wiki using free browser plugins. Also try clicking on the little cog at the top right of any page to add spaces between characters.

Try it out with this: 你 会 中文 吗 ?

Beginner (A1)

New to learning Chinese? Head over to our Learner FAQ.

Here are some good grammar points for beginners:

Also check out the complete list of beginner grammar points.

Elementary (A2)

At this level, you're probably started to wonder a lot about how to use 了 (le).

Here are some other useful grammar points:

See more on the A2 grammar point list.

Intermediate (B1)

Upper Intermediate (B2)

Textbook Friendly

How do we support textbooks? Try finding your own textbook in our list, and then seeing what it links to here on the Chinese Grammar Wiki.

Purchasing these books by clicking on the textbook references linked within this website will also help to support this project.

Referenced Throughout

To create this grammar wiki, AllSet Learning and its editor partners have made extensive use of various high-quality Chinese grammar reference materials. You can see the full list of references on our Chinese textbook grammar index page.

Purchasing these books by clicking on the grammar references linked within this website will also help to support this project.

About AllSet Learning

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