Chinese and English belong to two completely different language families. English is an Indo-European language, while Chinese is a Sino-Tibetan language. Thus, their differences are quite pronounced.
That said, however, there are some striking similarities between Chinese and English grammar. For example, basic Chinese and English sentence structure is refreshingly similar. There are also no gendered nouns or adjectives in either language, and both employ measure words.
When it comes to many other aspects of Chinese grammar, however, it’s true that Chinese and English can sometimes seem quite different, but don’t let that scare you! In most cases, Chinese grammar is different from English in a good way—it’s actually easier than English grammar.