This study aims to factors which influences semantic selection of ‘A着(O)VP’ structure, semantic features of adjective and verbal phrases in the construction, semantic roles and relationships in the sentence through the semantic approach based on literatures. First of all, ‘A着(O)VP’ structure falls into three types by the relationship of ‘A着(O)’ and ‘VP’: connection, modifier, and predicate-object. Based on its type, its semantic role of ‘A着’ and ‘VP’ may differ. That is, in the first type, ‘A着’ plays a role of verbal head with ‘VP’, and can be used adverbial argument for ground as a modifier while ‘VP’, a verbal head. On the other hand, in the last type, ‘A着’ plays a role of a verbal head, whereas most of ‘VP’, verbal argument for objects. Next, adjectives in ‘A着(O)VP’ structure are generally monosyllabic nature adjectives with few two-syllabic state adjectives. Among them, ‘A着+VP’ formed adjectives without an object belong to formatives, states, and representatives, while the type ‘A着(O)+VP’ with an object includes color-adjectives, quantifiers besides above three categories (formatives, states, and representatives), even taste-adjectives. However, in ‘A着VP’ structure, there are dynamic verbs with semantic features of [+human description], [+controllability], but minor existential verbs with semantic features of [-human description], [-controllability], presenting existence, appearance and disappearance, and can dynamic verbs can be replaced. Finally, dynamics and passiveness of adjectives are major factors for determining three types of ‘A着 (O)VP’ structure, and non-changeability of forms, a characteristic of modern Chinese, is restrictive one for semantic selections.