Teaching of Chinese Degree Adverb Synonymous with the Meaning of “very” for Occidental Students at the Beginning Level: A Case Study of Chinese Beginner in Yunnan Normal University
Keywords:teaching Chinese as the second language, beginning level, synonymous degree adverbs, teaching design, teaching suggestions.
This study focuses on one of the important
and difficult language points in teaching
Chinese as the second language, synonymous
degree adverbs in modern Chinese language,
aiming at the beginning level of occidental
students who excessively rely on their mother
tongue. The research has been done by
observing a group of typical adverbs with the
meaning of “very” in Chinese language, such as
"feichang, shifen, hen, ting, ji" in combination
with ontology and error analysis and classroom
testing. The paper explores the reasons and
types of errors, and designs the teaching plan
according to the testing results. Comparing the
testing results, it is suggested that compare
with error analysis, language testing combined
with inductive reasoning is more effective in
teaching synonymous degree adverbs in modern
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