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eBook Fast and Easily to Understand the Radical S+C233trokes of Chinese Characters - Easy to Start to Learn Chinese (Chinese Edition) ePub

by Lin Lei

  • ISBN: 7119073583
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Lin Lei
  • Language: Chinese
  • Publisher: Foreign Languages Press (January 6, 2012)
  • Pages: 199
  • ePub book: 1871 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1410 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 860

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As a nativ Chinese, I hold a negative view. After all, 118 radicals are too many. Even I majored in Chinese linguisitcs in university, I don’t know the correct quantity of radicals and never intenionally memorize them.

As a nativ Chinese, I hold a negative view. It will help you understand the meaning of one character but useless when reading. To recognise which radical does a character belongs to is enough. Because it’s useful when you check the dictionary. But on the other hand, the radicals are very very effective for you to understand the meaning of a character!

Kickstart your understanding of Chinese characters. I used radicals for this list because it was easier to do and there is no commonly agreed on way of listing components in general.

Kickstart your understanding of Chinese characters. There are many other components that normally carry information about how a character is pronounced.

Are you just starting to learn Mandarin and the art of writing Chinese characters? .

Are you just starting to learn Mandarin and the art of writing Chinese characters? The easiest Chinese characters have the simplest strokes. These 30 easy Chinese characters may be simple, but you can build advanced vocabulary and phrases with them. One in Chinese is used in references to the singular, such as a single person 一个人(yī gè rén). For example: 我一个人来。(wǒ yī gè rén lái) I came here by myself.

Illustrated Chinese Characters: Stories of 1000 Chinese Characters. The books can provide a effective and fast series material for people who come to China to learn Chinese, which can effectively solve their common problems. Walk Into The Beautiful World of Characters. The first scheme is 4 books, including the "" Chinese Characters 123"", ""Radicals, Strokes Diagram"", ""Chinese 123"", ""300 Question and Answer "", which are bilingual in English and Chinese, single copies of 50000 characters. The series has the features of strong practice.

Complete guide to Chinese radicals with everything you need to know: list of. .

Complete guide to Chinese radicals with everything you need to know: list of radicals, importance, uses, types and much more. Staying on the first words one learns when starting to learn Chinese, you’ll certainly have noticed that the left part of 你 (nǐ, you ) is identical to 他 (tā, him), or the left part of 好 (hǎo, well ) is the same as 她 (tā, her ). In addition, the right side of 他 is the same as 她: here, there are units, not the minimum as in strokes, where you can subdivide the characters. The majority of Chinese dictionaries start with an index of radicals (部首检字表, bùshǒu jiǎnzìbiǎo), where characters are grouped under the reference radical as in the first dictionaries.

Most Chinese characters are compounds, meaning that . Each Chinese character has one and only one radical, which dictionaries use to sort the character into the right section.

Most Chinese characters are compounds, meaning that they consist of several smaller characters. These may or may not be used as individual characters themselves, it differs from case to case. Characters are typically combined in specific ways and therefore you can’t break them down arbitrarily. The exact number of radicals varies.

Around 600 Chinese characters are pictograms

Around 600 Chinese characters are pictograms. The earliest pictographic form can date back to oracle bones in the 12th century BC. The writing of these characters reveal their meaning since they are the basically the drawing of the images. Over the time, many pictograms lost their pictographic flavors. The table below shows the evolvement of some Chinese pictographic characters. 2. Simple Ideographs (指事 Zhǐ shì indication ).

Chinese is made of words, which are made of characters, themselves .

Chinese is made of words, which are made of characters, themselves made of one or more radicals among 214. See the four examples of radicals below. 214 radicals to rule all characters. Knowing 214 radicals will ease your process of learning Chinese. Why? Because when you know the radicals, you can remember more easily how they combine with each other to form more complex characters.

Basic knowledge of Chinese characters and how to write them: strokes . But from what I understand, one must know around 900 characters to "get by" reading Chinese characters. 852 will keep you plenty busy.

However, with Chinese, you need to learn to speak/listen to the words, learn the phonetic pinyin to be able to pronounce words, but also the characters to read and write. To start, the book shows you a few very basic strokes, names them and discusses how to use them.

The books can provide a effective and fast series material for people who come to China to learn Chinese , which can effectively solve their common problems. It is also a pocket-sized reference books for the foreign language teaching. The first scheme is 4 books, including the "" Chinese Characters 123"", ""Radicals, Strokes Diagram"", ""Chinese 123"", ""300 Question and Answer "", which are bilingual in English and Chinese, single copies of 50000 characters. The series has the features of strong practice. Foreigners can easily found the answers when they encounter the questions which they do not know how to talk about.