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歆霏Hermione
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"I'd love to help you with Chinese learning" or "I'd love to help you in learning Chinese"? I am confused about the usage of "help". Please help me. "I'd love to help you with Chinese learning." "I'd love to help you in learning Chinese." Which is better? And how about these two: "I'd love to help you to learn Chinese." "I'd love to help you learn Chinese" Are they both correct?
Aug 27, 2019 2:57 AM
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“I’d love to help you in learning Chinese” is more natural and clear; “Chinese learning” sounds awkward. For the second pair of sentences, 都可以。
August 27, 2019
I’d love to help you learn Chinese. (The others are awkward)
August 27, 2019
Help is like make, following infinitive verb. help do. All of them are right.
August 27, 2019
I got the answer now.O(∩_∩)O
August 27, 2019
Plz let me know if u find the correct answer
August 27, 2019
歆霏Hermione
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, Russian
Learning Language
English, Russian