This is the fifth of five free lessons about Chinese language grammar.
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In this lesson you are going to learn how to use the following very common interrogative words.
|几||jǐ||How many (used to ask about an estimated number smaller than 10)|
An interrogative word may be used to raise a question and is placed where the answer is expected. Therefore, the word order of the answer is the same as that of the question, with the interrogative word being replaced by the corresponding answer. Let's see some examples:
Please note that the word order is the same in both answers and questions. The interrogative word 谁 has been replaced in the same position by the answers "Mary" and "my mother".
|your||child||how many||years old|
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