Chinese Grammar Survey – Respondents Needed!

23 Oct 2012

One of my teachers at AllSet Learning is doing his masters thesis on online resources for learning Chinese, and naturally, he was intrigued by what we’ve built so far at the Chinese Grammar Wiki. So he decided to research the topic and help us out at the same time by doing a learner questionnaire.

Sinosplice readers, we could really use your help! It should only take a few minutes. The questions are easy.

– If you’ve never used the Chinese Grammar Wiki, we’d still love you to complete the survey.
– If you have used the Chinese Grammar Wiki, we’d especially love you to complete the survey.

Thanks so much, everyone, for your time. We’re building a massive online resource, and this kind of feedback is very valuable.

Oct. 29 UPDATE: We’ve gotten all the responses we needed. Thanks very much to everyone who answered the survey.

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John Pasden

John is a Shanghai-based linguist and entrepreneur, founder of AllSet Learning.

Comments

  1. Many people who undertake studying Chinese claim that there is no such thing as grammar. I always take this to mean the basic grammar of Chinese which conforms to basic English grammar. For me, the biggest stumbling block is irregular grammar at the advance levels. I’ve reached the stage where I can pick up any book and get the gist. However, their are numerous times when the grammar is still very elusive.

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