Almost all of the Chinese grammar books and textbooks believe that “DE” must be used when a phrase modifies nouns, and the verbal Coordinate phrase is no exception. But this view can not be supported by the language facts. In Contemporary Chinese there are a lot of “(V+V)N”, the phrase of modifier-modified structure in which a coordinate phrases do attribute directly and it can not be explained as an exception. “N” in “(V+V)N” is generally a two-syllable noun and most of “V+V” are coordinate phrases that are formed by more than two one-syllable verb or two-syllable verb. Semantic relationships between the “V+V” and “N” are complex and diverse and can be divided into several types. “(V+V)N” is often used to not only the title sentence, but also free for the sentence`s subject, object, attributive position. Its structure is very compact and its significance is very concise, so its expression role can not be replaced by “(V+V)+DE+N”. But its composition must meet certain conditions, so it is not as good as “(V+V)+DE+N” in free combination.