Anee
One question please
My Chinese book said :(Adjective +了一点Suggests unacceptability in degree, especially when measured with a criterion. It Implies dissatisfaction for example 这个语法难了一点儿。
Could you explain this grammar?
Jun 25, 2020 3:10 AM
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It's really simple... It means something exceeds in certain quality by a little bit. You can roughly translate it to "a little too <em>adjective</em>" or "a little <em>adjective</em>-er than it used to be"

This examine is a little harder <em>than it used to be</em>
這次考試<em>比以前</em>一點

His criticism is a little too harsh
他的批評一點

Or you can simple rephrase it “...了一點” = “比較...”

这个语法难<s>了一点儿</s> = 這個語法<em>比較</em>
June 30, 2020
这次考试的语法有点儿难! ( subjective)

这次考试的语法难了一点儿。( more difficult than a standards, the norms, compared perhaps with the similar exams before etc.)

You can review the grammar point- the difference between "有点儿" 和"一点儿"
June 25, 2020
Anee
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, Hindi
Learning Language
Chinese (Mandarin), English