In this paper, the author systematically discusses the common phenomenon of Chinglish. The author classifies these, then provides a large number of chinglish examples of this category, and revises them one by one, as well as analyzing them briefly. Each chapter is followed by exercises and provides reference answers. As an English major, I think the book is very beneficial to our study. The author's analysis is very careful, and I can have a deeper understanding through the analysis of examples. It can help readers to distinguish and overcome Chinglish so as to write more authentic English.