How to teach children to quickly learn Hanyu Pinyin?

Hanyu Pinyin is the golden key to the pupils to open the door to knowledge. It is the basis of literacy, is the premise of reading, writing, but also an indispensable part of learning Chinese. Therefore, the first grade children not only need to learn Hanyu Pinyin, but also must master and apply well. Pinyin can face two months of study, the face of dull alphabet letters, some children handy, some children are frowning. Interest is the best teacher, I think, should be relaxed atmosphere to learn, so that children take the initiative, happy to learn pinyin. The author below to talk about the views.

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一、Digging textbooks, teaching according to their aptitude

First-year primary school children naughty, good movement, attention is not stable, not concentrated, easy to be attracted by irrelevant things and distracting attention. If the classroom is still lifeless, it is inevitable that they will lose their interest in learning. Therefore, on the one hand, teachers should be prepared to prepare, mining text interesting, on the other hand, teachers should be full of passion, the use of each text characteristics and some teaching equipment, adjust the atmosphere of the class.

Each phonetic alphabet has the following characteristics: 1. Vivid illustrations. 2. There are lively and cheerful ballads. Teachers should make full use of these resources, triggering children’s desire to learn.

Such as: Learning the initials N, students look at the illustrations, drawing a large door, and its shape and n is almost the same. When the teacher asked the students to make a tongue twister and remember it, the students naturally say “a doorway nnn”. The teacher tightly follow, associative memory, guide the child to say “half m word nnn”. Then, the teacher in the four-line three-grid writing, students easily learned to read, write, and very happy to “n” remember, but also effectively achieved the correct writing teaching purposes.

二、Design method, Happy learning

Pinyin letters, seemingly simple, but a lot of learning methods. Teachers only find the corresponding learning methods, students learn it does not feel boring. Tao Xingzhi said: “We want to develop children’s creativity, we must first children’s mind from superstition, prejudice, misinterpretation, illusion.” Creativity, the child needs more thinking. Teachers should encourage their children to think more and communicate more.

1.Watch more and weave children’s songs.

In the Pinyin alphabet, many letters are very similar pronunciation and shape, which requires the child has a certain ability to distinguish. In order to facilitate differentiation, teachers can guide students to observe first, and then compile some children’s songs and formulas to remember them. Such as to help shape memory: like a 9 word qqq, a half 8 sss, right lower semicircle bbb, etc .; such as help spell the rules of the spell: small u see jqx, remove the sunglasses and then shake hands; : There a not miss, did not find a, o, e, iu side by side marked. Another example: teaching Pinyin process, I also did not let students observe life. Students recalled, m like McDonald’s mark, l like the teacher’s whistle, etc., their own children’s songs, autonomous memory, impressed than the teacher.

2.More hands-on, play games.

Tao Xingzhi wrote “Man has two treasures”, which tells everyone: hands and brain, can create. Pinyin teaching, without the hands, but also the combination of hand and brain. Children like playing games best. With the integration of the game, the Classroom “live” a lot.

(1)Find a letter

Just learn pinyin, the child is not impressed with the shape of the letter, whether in the beginning of learning, or end, look for letters can help consolidate. Give the students a picture and let them find out where these letters are hidden, see who is looking for more, and find out.

(2)Find a Friend

There are many ways to find a friend’s game. Can, take out a picture to send the student finals to find the initials. You can also attach syllables directly to the corresponding graph. After teaching Angengingong, I found many pictures on the internet, such as kites, pandas, houses and eagles, and printed them out. I sent four vowel cards to four students and asked them to put the vowel on the blackboard. The children sang to find a friend’s song, on the stage to post, interest.

(3)Guess the riddle

Guessing games have always been welcomed by children. I usually take these methods to make the children guess. One is I say the pithy, they say the letter. For example, easy to confuse the letter to ask a higher frequency. Q: Lower left semicircle? Q: Lower right semicircle? One is “dumb” guessing. For example, Guess 6 single finals, just use the lips. I tried to open my mouth and they knew it was a, my teeth were smiling, they guessed I, and so on. Second, when playing riddles, we can also train, group games, men and women, and so on, students ‘ enthusiasm will be higher.

(4)Tell a Story

Children generally like to hear stories. In pinyin teaching, there is a difficulty, which is the combination of JQX and u. The children seem a little out of patience when it comes to teaching. I immediately said, “would you like to hear a story? The children who want to hear should sit up straight. It worked well, and I said, the little bear is fool enough to see his good friend JQX. He was so happy that he put out his hand to shake hands with them. But then I thought, how can I shake hands with a hat? As a result, he quickly took off his hat and shook hands with them. For this, the camera shows a little song: little u sees JQX, takes off sunglasses and shakes hands. Look, the difficult point becomes the story and the nursery rhyme, completely enters the child’s fairy tale world to go.

3.Encourage more and criticize less.

The story of Mr. Tao xingzhi’s candy is so impressive that I have to be impressed by Mr. Tao’s praise art. Every child wants to be praised. In learning pinyin, we cannot discourage students from learning, encourage more, criticize less, and let students fall in love with learning. I often take the “who will be the teacher” method in my class. If every new lesson is finished, let the little teacher read the review. In class, let the small teacher imitate the teacher’s previous teaching method to lead the people to learn simple knowledge points. This method, a lot of children like, even the average grade generally even a little backward of all bold raise a hand. It seems that children’s exhibitionism cannot be ignored. Of course, the praise of the teacher is essential, and encouragement is of course more important.

三、Consolidating learning is especially important

Practice is the best way to test the effect of learning. Chinese learning is more closely related to one’s daily life. After learning pinyin, I encouraged the students to do something. One is in their own book with Pinyin to write the name, and then irregular call some children send the book of the class. Second, in the classroom windows, podium, Blackboard, the door, drinking fountains, televisions and other stickers on the phonetic card. Third, home to find the electrical appliances, furniture, write their name, in the class meeting exchange. Unconsciously, in the intravenous drip of life, students learn knowledge to consolidate.

“Take a living education to teach live students,” said Mr. Tao. “Everywhere is the place of creation, every day is the creation of the people, everyone is created.” In pinyin teaching, only the teacher takes out enthusiasm, innovates and seeks the effective teaching method, stimulates the student to learn the pinyin the fun, can let the student learn pinyin, can let them be happy to study.

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Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Going to See a Doctor

Background:

Foreign travelers or short-term visitors who need to see a doctor probably may go to hospital according to the seriousness of their illness: outpatient service, emergency treatment or hospitalization. The outpatient departments are set up for foreign guests in the Beijing Union Medical College Hospital, the Sino-Japanese Friendship Hospital, the Dongzhimen Hospital of Chinese Medicine and the Stomatological Hospital.

Text:

mài kè:wŏ shēn tǐ bù shū fu.

麦克:我身体不舒服。

Mike:I feel very bad, doctor.

dài fu:nĭ năr bù shū fu?

大夫:你哪儿不舒服?

Doctor:What’s wrong with you?

mài kè:tóu téng, hún shēn méi jìnr, hái ké sou.

麦克:头疼,浑身没劲儿,还咳嗽。

Mike:I’ve got a headache and a cough, and my whole body feels weak.

dài fu:fā shāo bù fā shāo?

大夫:发烧不发烧?

Doctor:Do you have a fever?

mài kè:bù zhī dào, hăo xiàng bù fā shāo.

麦克:不知道,好像不发烧。

Mike:I don’t know. Maybe not.

dài fu:xiān liáng liáng tĭ wēn ba. sān shí bā dù. bă zuĭ zhāng kāi:“a”.

大夫:先量量体温吧。三十八度。把嘴张开,“啊”。

Doctor:Le me take your temperature first. 38℃. Open your mouth and say “ah”.

mài kè:dài fu, wŏ dé de shì shén me bìng?

麦克:大夫,我得的是什么病?

Mike:What’s wrong with me, doctor?

dài fu:zhòng găn mào. chī diănr yào jiù huì hăo de.

大夫:重感冒。吃点儿药就会好的。

Doctor:You’ve got a cold. Take some medicine and you’ll be all right.

New words:

1. 看病kàn bìng: to see a doctor

2. 头疼 tóu téng: headachevv

3. 浑身 hún shēn: all over, from head to foot

4. 劲儿 jìnr: strength, energy

5. 咳嗽 ké sou: to cough

6. 发烧 fā shāo: to have a fever

7. 体温 tĭ wēn: temperature

8. 嘴 zuĭ: mouth

9. 张开 zhāng kāi: to open

10. 病 bìng: disease

11. 感冒 găn mào: to catch a cold

12. 药 yào: medicine

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Background:

If invited, a guest must arrive at a Chinese friend’s home on time. It is proper to be there a couple of minutes earlier, as being late is rude. Generally speaking, eating is more important than talking at a dining table for Chinese people think scant wine and dishes are impolite to guests. Mike is invited to her colleague Wang Li’s home.

Text:

Wánglì:fàn zuò hăo le, kuài lái chī ba.

王丽:饭做好了,快来吃吧。

Wang:Now everything is already prepared. Come on, let’s eat.

mài kè:zhè me duō cài, kàn zhe yăn dōu chán le.

麦克:这么多菜,看着眼都馋了。

Mike:So many delicious dishes! It makes my mouth water just to look at them.

Wánglì:lái, jiā cài, duō chī diănr.

王丽:来,夹菜,多吃点儿。

Wang:Here, take some more.

mài kè:zhè xiē cài dōu shì nín zì jĭ zuò de ma?

麦克:这些菜都有是您自己做的吗?

Mike:Did you cook all these dishes?

Wánglì:shì a, zĕn me yàng?

王丽:是啊,怎么样?

Wang:Yes. How do you like it?

mài kè:Zhōng guó rén zuò cài de shŏu yì zhēnbú cuò.

麦克:中国人做菜的手艺真不错。

Mike:The Chinese are very good at cooks.

Wánglì:lái, gĕi nĭ diănr zhè gè cài.

王丽:来给你点儿这个菜。

Wang:Now, let me help you with the dish.

mài kè:bié kè qì, wŏ zì jĭ lái.

麦克:别客气,我自己来。

Mike:Don’t stand on ceremony. I’ll help myself.

Wánglì:chī băo le ma?

王丽:吃饱了吗?

Wang:Are you full?

mài kè:xiè xiè, chī băo le.

麦克:谢谢,吃饱了。

Mike:Thanks, I’m quite full.

New words:

1. 朋友 péng yǒu: friend

2. 做客:zuò kè: be invited

3. 饭fàn: dinner

4 菜 cài: dish

5. 馋 chán: greedy

6. 自己 zì jĭ: oneself

7. 做菜 zuò cài: cook

8. 手艺不错 shŏu yì bú cuò: be good at

9. 夹菜 jiā cài: eat

10.  饱 băo: be full

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How to learn synonymous adverbs in Chinese?

One of the difficulties in the Chinese vocabulary is a synonym for teaching, a lot of people is already a senior level, but the vocabulary to grasp, the more the more often is a synonym for “torture” seriously, often silly points not clear. Students learn, the more difficult the more focus on synonym discrimination, and proper use of synonymous adverbs and can speak Chinese more accurate more authentic a very important indicator, so today we take a look at synonymous adverbs should pay attention to what aspects?

一、Synonyms have a demand for sentence patterns

After all, he came. Is he coming or not?

“After all,” and “after all,” all have a root meaning, in the declarative sentence, can be used, but in the interrogative sentence, can only use “after all” cannot use “after all”

The lesson of history must be remembered. “Ten million” and “ten million” all have the meaning of “affirmation” and “certain”, which can be used in negative sentences, but not “ten million” in the affirmative.

二、Syllable limitation

Synonymy adverbs itself has the limitation of single syllable and double syllables, some single tone adverbs modify the composition of which is a single syllable, synonymous with dual tone adverb is required to modify the composition of the is a double syllable. For example, mutual learning and mutual respect and mutual love can only be said to help each other, learn from each other and respect each other.

三、Location selection

Some synonyms are fixed in the sentence, some are more flexible, the position is different, the grammatical meaning of the expression is also different. For example, “also” and “re” can both indicate the repetition of behavioral actions and the persistence of state. “Also” only used in the sentence can be willing to verb, not only to modify the verb, but also to modify the behavior of the verbs behind, that is to express the intention and possibility of repetition, also indicates the repetition of action. The word “Re” can only be used after the verb is ready to modify the general verb after the verb, to indicate the repetition of the action.

四、The ability to match

The associated words are often used in pairs, and adverbs are often used in conjunction with certain components. For example: “No” and “don’t” are synonymous adverbs of negation, “do not” often negative verbs and adjective words, “don’t” often deny adjectives and can wish verbs. There is a difference between “no” and “no”.

Chinese vocabulary, although the mastery of the need for a lot of kung fu, but can also put complex things to express and meticulous and in place, these small details we must carefully distinguish, so that Chinese can be a higher level!

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How to say “the most unforgettable thing” in Chinese?

Today we are going to learn a word called 最 [zuì]

最 [zuì],the most. It is always connected to an adjctive to indicate “the most …”, for example:

1.最好 zuì hǎo the best

他是我最好的朋友 tā shì wǒ zuì hǎo de pénɡ you

He is my best friend.

天气很冷,你最好多穿几件衣服 tiān qì hěn lěnɡ , nǐ zuì hǎo duō chuān jǐ jiàn yī fu

The weather is so cold, you’d better wear more clothes.

最好 [zuì hǎo] not only means the best, it also mean “would better” when we try to give suggestions.

2.最后 zuì hòu the last

12月是今年的最后一个月 12 yuè shì jīn nián de zuì hòu yí ɡè yuè

December is the last month in a year.

最后我们还是分手了 zuì hòu wǒ men hái shì fēn shǒu le

We still break up at last.

3.最近 zuì jìn recent

你最近怎么样? nǐ zuì jìn zěn me yànɡ?

How have you been recently?

我最近有点忙 wǒ zuì jìn yóu diǎn mánɡ

I am a little busy recently.

4.最小 zuì xiǎo the smallest

我要最小的那一个 wǒ yào zuì xiǎo de nà yí ɡè

I want the smallest one.

他是我最小的弟弟 tā shì wǒ zuì xiǎo de dì di

He is my youngest brother.

5.最新 zuì xīn the newest

这是我们最新的产品 zhè shì wǒ men zuì xīn de chán pǐn

This is our newest product.

最新上映的电影你看了吗? zuì xīn shànɡ yìnɡ de diàn yǐnɡ nǐ kàn le mɑ ?

Have you seen the newest movie?

6.最少 zuì shǎo the least

这个包最少多少钱? zhè ɡe bāo zuì shǎo duō shǎo qián ?

What is the least price of this bag?

7.最难忘 zuì nán wànɡ the most unforgettable

今年你最难忘的一件事是什么? jīn nián nǐ zuì nán wànɡ de yí jiàn shì shì shén me ?

What is your most unforgettable thing this year ?

In the end I will share a song with you, hope you enjoy it.

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:At the Free Market

Background:

In Beijing agricultural products markets offer a varied assortment, at reasonable and negotiable prices. Mike is going to buy some grapes here.

Text:

mài kè:Láo jià, xī dān lí zhèr yuăn bù yuăn?

麦克:劳驾,西单离这儿远不远?

Mike:Excuse me, is Xidan far from here?

Lì li:Bĭ jiăo yuăn, qí chē dĕi èr shí wŭ fēn zhōng zuŏ yòu.

丽丽:比较远,骑车得25 分钟左右。

Lili:Yes, quite far. It will take you twenty-five minutes by bicycle.

mài kè:zuò chē fāng biàn ma?

麦克:坐车方便吗?

Mike:Is it easy to take a bus?

Lì li:Hěn fāng biàn, yao zuò qī zhàn chē, xià chē jiù shì.

丽丽:很方便,要坐七站车,下车就是。

Lili:Yes, very easy. You just take seven stations to go to Xidan. You can’t miss it.

mài kè:Qĭng wèn dào fŭ yòu jiē yŏu duō yuăn?

麦克:请问到府右街有多远?

Mike:And could you tell me how far is it to Fuyoujie from here?

Lì li:Nín qù xī dān de shí hòu, lù guò fŭ yòu jiē.

丽丽:您去西单的时候,路过府右街。

Lili:On your way to Xidan, you’ll pass by Fuyoujie.

mài kè:Fŭ yòu jiē dào xī dān yuăn bù yuăn?

麦克:府右街到西单远不远?

Mike:Is it far from Fuyoujie to Xidan?

Lì li:Bù yuăn le, zŏu shí fēn zhōng jiù dào le.

丽丽:不远了,走十分钟就到了。

Lili:Not too far, you just need to walk for ten minutes.

New words:

1. 自由市场 zì yóu shì chăng:free market

2. 斤 jīn: jīn (Chinese unit of weight)

3. 贵 guì: expensive

4. 便宜 pián yi: cheap

5. 最 zuì: most

6. 多 duō: a lot

7. 葡萄 pú táo: grape

8.  那么 nà me: then

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How to learn Chinese for beginners?

Do you think Mandarin Chinese is quite a complex language to learn, especially for English speakers? Probably you say yes. However, with commitment and daily practice it is certainly possible to successfully master . Practice alone with your textbooks, with Mandarin-speaking friends or online with the live teachers from Mandarin schools. Keep reading for a basic overview of the most important things you need to know about learning Mandarin Chinese.The following steps may be helpful for you.

ractice using the four Mandarin tones

Step 1: Mastering the basics.

◆Practice using the four Mandarin tones. Mandarin Chinese is a tonal language, which means that different tones can change the meaning of a word, even if the pronunciation and spelling are otherwise the same. It is essential to learn the different tones if you wish to speak Mandarin Chinese correctly. Mandarin Chinese has four main tones, as follows:

Memorize simple vocabulary

◆Memorize simple vocabulary. No matter what language you’re learning, the more words you have at your disposal, the sooner you will become fluent. Therefore, the next thing to do is to memorize some useful Chinese vocabulary. Some good vocabulary lists to start with includes: times of day (morning: zǎo shàng, afternoon: xià wǔ, evening: wǎn shàng), means of transportation (metro: dìtiě, airplane:fēijī, train:huǒchē, taxi:chūzūchē), food(beef: niúròu, rice: mǐfàn, egg: jīdàn, noodles: miàntiáo) along with colors, days, months,weatherr, location, etc.

◆Learn some basic conversational phrases. Once you have a basic grasp of vocabulary and pronunciation, you can move on to learning basic conversational phrases which are used in everyday Chinese speech. For example:

hello——nǐhǎo;

thank you——xièxie;

you are welcome——búkèqi;

I don’t know——wǒbùzhīdào.

Advancing Your Language Skills

Step 2: Advancing Your Language Skills.

◆Study basic grammar. Chinese grammar rules do exist, they are just very different from those in European or other language systems. Unlike these languages, Chinese is a very analytic language which is both good news and bad news for language learners.For instance, in Chinese there are no complicated rules about conjugations, agreement, gender, plural nouns or tense. Most words consist of single syllables which are then combined to make compound words. This makes sentence construction fairly straightforward. However, Chinese has its own set of grammar rules which do not have an equivalent in English, or other European languages. As some of them are not used in English, they can be quite difficult for learners to grasp.

◆Practice reading and writing Chinese characters. An important part of learning Chinese is to learn characters. Even if modern life typically doesn’t require you to be able to write a lot by hand, reading ability is still essential for expanding your vocabulary and accessing Chinese culture. This can take a very long time (even years) to master, as the only way to learn them is through memorization and continuous practice.

Immersing Yourself in Chinese

Step 3: Immersing Yourself in Chinese.

◆Find a native speaker. One of the best ways to improve your new language skills is to practice speaking with a native speaker. They will easily be able to correct any grammar or pronunciation mistakes you make and can introduce you to more informal or colloquial forms of speech that you won’t find in a textbook.If you have a Mandarin-speaking friend who is willing to help, that’s great! Otherwise, try finding someone who are willing to do language exchange.

Listen to Chinese music and radio

◆Listen to Chinese music and radio. Besides watching Chinese films, listening to Chinese music and/or radio is another good way to surround yourself in the language. Even if you can’t understand everything, try to pick out keywords to help you get the gist of what’s being said. You can— Get a Mandarin Chinese radio app on your phone, so you can listen on the go. Or try to download Chinese podcasts to listen while exercising or doing housework.

Learning a language is a gradual process – you need to find the right method, keep at it, stay motivated and make effort.Following these might make your Chinese learning more enjoyable and efficient!

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Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Asking the Way

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Background:

When you have a trip or visit to your friends or acquaintances alone, you may come across an unknown or unclear address and you will have to ask the way. One day, Mike wants to go to Xidan and a warmhearted Beijing girl is telling him the way.

Text:

mài kè:Láo jià, xī dān lí zhèr yuăn bù yuăn?

麦克:劳驾,西单离这儿远不远?

Mike:Excuse me, is Xidan far from here?

Lì li:Bĭ jiăo yuăn, qí chē dĕi èr shí wŭ fēn zhōng zuŏ yòu.

丽丽:比较远,骑车得25 分钟左右。

Lili:Yes, quite far. It will take you twenty-five minutes by bicycle.

mài kè:zuò chē fāng biàn ma?

麦克:坐车方便吗?

Mike:Is it easy to take a bus?

Lì li:Hěn fāng biàn, yao zuò qī zhàn chē, xià chē jiù shì.

丽丽:很方便,要坐七站车,下车就是。

Lili:Yes, very easy. You just take seven stations to go to Xidan. You can’t miss it.

mài kè:Qĭng wèn dào fŭ yòu jiē yŏu duō yuăn?

麦克:请问到府右街有多远?

Mike:And could you tell me how far is it to Fuyoujie from here?

Lì li:Nín qù xī dān de shí hòu, lù guò fŭ yòu jiē.

丽丽:您去西单的时候,路过府右街。

Lili:On your way to Xidan, you’ll pass by Fuyoujie.

mài kè:Fŭ yòu jiē dào xī dān yuăn bù yuăn?

麦克:府右街到西单远不远?

Mike:Is it far from Fuyoujie to Xidan?

Lì li:Bù yuăn le, zŏu shí fēn zhōng jiù dào le.

丽丽:不远了,走十分钟就到了。

Lili:Not too far, you just need to walk for ten minutes.

New words:

1. 问路 wèn lù: ask the way

2. 离 lí: from

3. 这儿 zhèr: here

4. 远 yuăn: far

5. 劳驾 láo jià: excuse me

6. 坐车 zuò chē: take a bus

7. 方便 fāng biàn: easy

8. 左右 zuŏ yòu: about

9. 比较 bĭ jiăo: quite

10. 路过 lù guò: pass by

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Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

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Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Talking about Family

Background:

The roast duck is regarded as the specially delicate food of Beijing. Jane and Mike is now in the Beijing Quanjude Roast Duck Restaurant which has more than 120 years history.

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

Text:

Zhēnní:Cháng yī cháng, zhè shì zhèng zōng de Bĕijīng kǎo yā。

珍妮:尝一尝,这是正宗的北京烤鸭。

Jane:Have a taste. This is traditional Roast Beijing Duck.

Màikè:Zěn me gè chī fǎ?

麦克:怎么个吃法?

Mike:How to eat it?

Zhēnní:Xiān ná yī zhāng báo bĭng, bă yā piàn fàng zài lĭ miàn, rán hòu bă mŏ hăo jiàng de cōng jiā zài bĭng lĭ jiù kě yĭ chī le.

珍妮:先拿一张薄饼,把鸭片放在里面,然后把抹好酱的葱夹在饼里就可以吃了。

Jane:Put slices of roast duck inside the thin pancakes which are smeared with sweet bean sauce and scallion.

Màikè:Míng bái le.

麦克:明白了。

Mike:I see.

Zhēnní:Kăo yā de wèi dào zĕn me yàng?

珍妮:烤鸭的味道怎么样?

Jane:How does the roast duck taste?

Màikè:Wèi dào hăo jí le, zhēn shì míng bù xū chuán.

麦克:味道好极了,真是名不虚传。

Mike:It’s very delicious and it really has a well-deserved reputation.

生词New words:

1. 烤鸭 kǎo yā: roast duck

2. 吃 chī: eat

3. 尝一尝 cháng yī cháng: to taste

4. 正宗的 zhèng zōng de: traditional

5. 怎么 zěn me: how

6. 薄饼 báo bĭng: thin pancakes

7. 鸭片 yā piàn: sliced duck

8. 放 fàng: to put

9. 里面 lĭ miàn: inside

10. 然后 rán hòu: then

11. 酱 jiàng: sauce

12. 葱cōng: scallion

13. 真zhēn: really

14. 好极了hăo jí le: delicious

15. 名不虚传 míng bù xū chuán: to enjoy a well-deserved reputation

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The correct way to write Chinese pinyin

When studying Hanyu Pinyin, we found that there are many similarities between Hanyu Pinyin and English, so do we really understand the formal writing of Hanyu Pinyin? The following for everyone to organize the Chinese phonetic alphabet formal writing, hoping to help everyone!

The correct way to write Chinese pinyin

Hanyu Pinyin writing format (four-line three-grid writing model) the correct writingformat of pinyin

1.First of all, it is necessary to correctly understand pinyin: upper, middle and lower.

2.Secondly, it is necessary to make sure that some pinyin is written in which grid, which is a few squares.

A’s writing: a occupies the lattice, first writes the left semicircle, then writes the vertical right corner. The writing of the Manchu o: In the middle, from the top left to write, a pen written, occupy the writing of E: E also accounted for in the middle of the grid, first in the center to write horizontal, and then connected to write a semicircle, a pen written. Read four tones while writing.

一、The stroke direction is wrong, the stroke direction is wrong, mainly refers to the whole circle stroke and the semicircle stroke brushwork direction is wrong.

Beginners Pinyin, some habits will be the whole round strokes, clockwise direction, from top to right lower brushwork, such as “O↘”; some habits will be full circle or semicircle strokes, from the bottom left or right upper brushwork, such as “↖c, O↗.” The correct writing of the whole circle strokes, should be written from above, to the lower left Brushwork, a pen written, such as “↙o.” The correct writing of a semicircle stroke, whether it is a left semicircle, or the right semicircle, should be written from above, left semicircle from the upper left to the homeopathy brushwork, right semicircle from top to bottom right homeopathy brushwork, a pen to write, such as “P” in “↘” and “Q” in the “↙”. Here, incidentally, the stroke direction of the yangping tone signature.

Beginners are easily affected by the “pie” stroke of Chinese characters. When writing the tone of the yangping tone, the pen is moved from the right to the left. It is wrong to write the pen so that the correct way to write it is to move the pen from the bottom left to the right, so that the pen can indicate the reading path of the adjustment.

二、Written in the wrong order to write “i、j、ü” these letters, some beginners like to write the above “point”, mainly due to the strokes of Chinese character “from top to bottom” rule.

The dots in these letters should be the last to be written. Written “f and t” two letters, some beginners used to write “horizontal” first, which is mainly due to the impact of Chinese characters strokes first “. The horizontal cross between the two letters should in fact be the last to be written.

Writing the letter “x“, some people used to write the right oblique first, then left oblique, which is not right. Writing “x” should be written left oblique first, right oblique written after vertical, because it can be written in order to facilitate writing behind x letters.

三、The number of strokes wrong stroke the wrong number, including more strokes and less strokes two cases.

For example, the letter “K” should be two strokes, and some people wrote it three pens. This is due to the use of which should be a pen “” “strokes, disconnected to write two paintings and caused. Another example is “W” should be two strokes, but someone has written it in four strokes. This is because it should be a stroke of “∨” strokes, brushwork on the way by forcibly changing the direction of writing, will be the corner from left to right on the homeopathy brushwork, artificially changed from the right up to the left down brushwork, so that the homeopathy a painting into a contrarian two strokes. “A, B, D, G, N, P, Q, U” These eight letters, are two strokes, beginners may be written a pen. This small strokes of error correction, such as the combination of correcting errors in the direction of brushwork, it is easy to receive the desired results.

四、 the wrong letter position This error refers to lowercase Chinese Phonetic Alphabet, the letter accounted for the wrong four-line location. For example, the letters “i and j” on the point, should be written in the second line, some people have written in the second line.

The letters “p and q” should be in the middle, but some people write them in the middle. Correcting this error requires repeated emphasis on the standard position of the letter. There should be 13 characters in Chinese phonetic alphabet. They are a, c, e, m, n, o, r, s, u, v, w, x and z. There should be eight of them. They are b, d, f, h, I, k, l and t. There should be four of middle case, they are ɡ, p, q, and y; It’s only 1 in the upper middle, and it’s j.

五、 the letter form is wrong, the main manifestation is two kinds of situation.

One is mixed case, such as “y” written “Y” or “Y” written as “y”, “k” written as “K” or “K” written as “k”. This mix, is similar to the capital and small form, not easy to distinguish caused. Teaching can be compared through the case of the lower case, by strengthening the writing and training to overcome it. The other is printed and handwritten mixed, such as “f” written as “”. This kind of mistake is mainly caused by the misleading teachers’ writing on the blackboard. Understand the four-line grid: The four-line grid consists of four parallel lines, the first line and the second line in the middle of the grid, the second line and the third line in the middle of the grid, the third line and the fourth line in the middle said the next grid. Pinyin letters written in different locations.

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