关 键 词 ：现代汉语；歧义现象；对外汉语教学学科分类：语言学--应用语言学
The phenomenon of ambiguity is a common phenomenon in all languages of the world, and in modern Chinese, ambiguity is mainly caused by the same pronunciation, polysemous words,polysemous sentences, and differences in semantic pointing. The phonology, vocabulary and grammar involved in these factors are the core of teaching Chinese as a foreign language. The phenomenon of Chinese ambiguity is not much in daily communication, but it is also quite a lot. Native speakers of Chinese can handle ambiguity easily due to the natural advantages of language and culture acquisition because they have been in the Chinese language environment since they were young, and even so, ambiguity can still cause misunderstandings occasionally. Even so, ambiguity may occasionally lead to misunderstanding. For learners who are not native speakers of Chinese, it is even more difficult to deal with ambiguity in communication. Therefore, it is very necessary to teach Chinese ambiguity in Chinese as a foreign language.