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We simply the process of learning to read and write Chinese Characters.
Want to learn pinyin but don’t know where to start?
If you are just starting out in Chinese one of the cornerstone skills you will need to master is the pinyin system.
This series of articles is designed to walk you through the pinyin system and get you up and running in a short period of time.
Learning Chinese characters in isolation is hard! The meanings shift and you often end up learning 4 or 5 meanings for a single character!
This short eBook presents the most common 100 Chinese characters along with the most commonly used words they appear in.
Now you can learn in context and see the common threads linking a character’s meaning.
Systematic learning broken down step by step and delivered piecemeal in an organised course
Studying Chinese is unlike other languages and requires a new learning framework.
Knowing what to learn in what order speeds up the process of mastering Chinese and gets you to your goals sooner
Today we’ll look at the Chinese Characters in the Chinese Zodiac. Each Chinese character of the Chinese zodiac here has an audio file that will
Whenever you see the 3rd tone described in a textbook it will always be shown as a falling-rising tone. Unfortunately it is hardly ever pronounced
R is a bit of slippery Chinese pronunciation. At the beginning of words it’s very similar to the English “r” but with a slight buzz
I’m happy to be able to bring you another short beginner’s lesson courtesy of That’s Mandarin. That’s Mandarin have kindly provided these beautiful pictures to
If you get the distinction between u and ü (explained previously in this article) then the distinction between Zh, Ch, Sh and J, Q, X
Note: See the bottom of this article to learn how to get free human feedback on how good your u and ü are. Very useful!