Eternity -- Tutorial
The Chinese language has almost no grammar at all. Of course, subjects must proceed verbs, adjectives come before nouns they modify, and other basic grammar such as that exists as it does with almost all languages. However, tenses, as mentioned in useful information, does not cause a verb to change form. The same form of a verb is used for present, past, and future. Furthermore, verbs are not conjugated at all in Chinese; conjugation does not exist. In addition, no gender specific modern pronouns exist. The word for him and her is combined into one word in Chinese. Lastly, nouns do not have plurals. All of this simplifies Chinese because grammar is one of the hardest aspects of learning a language.