A bedstead or a bedstead?
The quantifier used to modify nouns can be divided into two kinds according to whether nouns can be counted: countable nouns, such as people, tables, uncountable nouns, such as sugar and water. In common foreign languages, in general, countable nouns do not have quantifiers, followed by numerals directly followed by countable nouns, e.g., three, dogs. When foreigners study Chinese, they often find it difficult to use quantifiers in countable nouns, and it is more difficult to use the combination of memory quantifiers and countable nouns. All languages of the world, and will be an uncountable noun quantifier collocation is used as a unit of measure, which is the inevitable law, common example: a piece of paper a piece of paper three grams; three grams of sugar of sugar; two cups of water. two glasses of water, so the focus of linguists is a countable noun quantifiers this unique Chinese grammar phenomenon.
Because the classifier is used to represent the number of units, things or actions of words, so "one, two, three pears, bell a teapot" in "only a mouth, and said," measure "Jin, kg, bucket, liters, feet, inches, feet" are different in number of people or things of the display unit.Quantifiers can be divided into two categories: object classifier and momentum word. A unit of measure for the representation of persons and things, such as the one in a person". Momentum words denote the number of actions and the total amount of time taken, such as "look at the three" and "see the three day" in the "day"".
Li, NGC, and quantifiers, which represents a count or measure object nouns or numerals and combined words or morphemes, commonly used to indicate a category assigned to the noun objects according to their shape or function is included in this category (such as Chinese "three books" in "this").
A bedstead.A word commonly used to denote the number of units of a person, thing, or action; called quantifier. Such as head, horse, strip, etc..