This thesis researches 12 kinds of Chinese text books in Korea, and we can find all of the text books point that condition complement contains three constructions: SVOV得C, SOV得C, SV得C. The SVOV得C is a typical construction of the condition complement. Consequently many questions will appear, for example, all of the “V” in the SVOV得C can be left out? If the “v” can be left out, what’s the precondition? What is left out is V1 or V2? What are the preconditions that form SVOV得C to all kinds of the transformation constructions, for example S把OV得C, O被SV得C, SOV得C, OSV得C. Do all the transformation constructions have the same transformation preconditions? Can all of the constructions be used in the same environment of language? For the sake of elementary level Chinese teaching, the text books arrange the constructions only, but in the teaching aspect, this is not the endpoint of the condition complement. In connection with these questions, the thesis pivots on three-planes theory(syntactic, semantics, pragmatic), and starts from SVOV得C, does extension analysis about SVOV得C, each transformation construction, transformation precondition, each construction’s different pragmatic functions. So it’s necessary to supplement the learner with good constructions, good expressions of condition complement in conversation, writing etc.