Resultative Complement in Chinese

Grammar on Resulatative Complement:

https://resources.allsetlearning.com/chinese/grammar/Result_complement#Common_result_complement_compounds

Complement of result

 Watch this video and take good notes on the grammar points and write out the Chinese sentences given in the videos and  and translate into English.

Grammar  Worksheet on Resultative Complements

(Following a verb, an adjective or another verb can be used to denote the result of the action, hence the term resultative complement.】

  1. Did you see him yesterday?
  • No, I didn’t see him.
  1. I saw him last night.
  1. You say my name incorrectly.
  • Have you heard of this song?
  • No, I haven’t heard it before.

[Generally, the negative form of a resultative complement is formed by placing or 没有.]

[Generally, the negative form of a resultative complement is formed by placing 没 or 没有.]

Grammar  5语法五:好as a Resultative Complement (I) (Textbook  43)

好 can serve as a complement following adverb, indicating the completion of an action. It often indicates readiness to start the next action or event.

  1. A: Is the meal ready?

B: The meal is ready. Come and eat.

  1. A: Did you finish your homework?

B: I haven’t finished my homework.

  1. A: Did you do your laundry?
  1. B: No, not yet.
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