Asked in English to Chinese
What is the Chinese word for the English word love?
the word for love in Chinese is ài （爱）
Asked in Earthquakes
What tool did the Chinese invent to measure how big earthquakes were?
Asked in Parts of Speech, Nouns
Is Chinese a noun?
Yes, the word 'Chinese' is both an adjective and a noun. The noun 'Chinese' is a word for a person of or from China; a word for any of the languages of China; a word for a person or a thing. The adjective 'Chinese' is a word used to describe a noun as of or from China. ...
Asked in Adjectives and Articles, Nouns
Is the word 'Chinese' a noun or adjective?
The word 'Chinese' is both a noun and an adjective. The noun Chinese is a word for the languages of China, a native or national of China, or a person of Chinese descent. The adjective Chinese is a word to describe a noun as of China or its people, languages, or culture. Noun: The Chinese have a long history of art and science. Adjective: The Chinese porcelain has been in my family for many generations. ...