The ‘Multiple Complements Sentence’ is the sentence in which two or more complements except the state complement connected by structure postposition like ‘De(得)’ appear simultaneously after one predicate. It can be generalized to‘V+C1+C2(+C3)’. It can be classified into double complements sentence and triple complements sentence according to the number of complements. It can be classified into ‘Diehe(疊合)’ type and ‘Funbu(分補)’ type according to the semantic relation between predicate and complement or between two complements. In ‘Diehe’ type sentence, one complement has semantic relation with predicate directly and the direct semantic relation occur between two complements. Otherwise, in ‘Funbu’ type, two all complements have semantic relation with predicate directly and no direct semantic relations occur between two complements. The double complements sentence is the type in which two complements appear simultaneously, the triple complements sentence is the type in which three complements appear simultaneously. According to the type and sequence of complements, double complements sentence can be categorized to 8 sub-classes, triple complements sentence can be categorized to 2 sub-classes.The multiple complements word order can be analyzed based on principles of ‘Sequential iconicity’ and ‘Iconicity of Proximity’. The sequence of complements in multiple complements sentence is shown in the following. The result complement appears closely to the predicate in a row and the quantity complement generally appears at the end of sentence. When the prepositional phrase complement and direction complement appears at the same time, two sequence are possible. If the direction complement is ‘Lai(來)’ or ‘Qu(去)’, the sequence is usually ‘prepositional phrase complement+direction complement’. If one of ‘Hui(回), Qi(起), Kai(開)’ is used for direction complement, the sequence is generally ‘direction complement+prepositional phrase complement’.