Chinese Grammar: Using 一面...一面 to express simultaneous tasks
Do you guys still remember the lesson we’ve learned in world 3 on how to express simultaneous tasks with 一边...一边? If you forgot about it, please check it before we start today’s grammar lesson because what we are going to show you today is similar to 一边...一边.
This structure is similar to 一方面...一方面 too. If you add a 方 before 面, in Chinese, it means “side/aspect” as 方面. You can consider it as “on the one hand...on the other hand” in English, to express the two aspects of a situation.
When using this pattern, pay attention that these two sides can be similar to each other and can also be the opposition.
政府 一方面 要 增加 大学生 就业率 ， 一方面 提升 各 大 高校 的 管理。
On the one hand, the government is increasing the employment rate of college students, on the other hand, it’s going to control the management of colleges and universities.
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