Pinyin Learning Course Lesson 6 g k h
This lesson is to learn the initials g k h and sans pinyin.
G is pronounced like a dove’s pigeon. g g g.
K’s pronunciation is similar to that of the tadpole’s “tadpole,” and it sends out a hard breath. k k k.
H’s pronunciation is similar to drink “drink”. Please read with me: h h h.
G k h You can also use jingle to help memorize:
9 words with hook g g g,
A machine gun k k k,
A chair h h h.
Children, we have learned to spell the syllable composed of initials and vowels, for example: g-ū → gū, k-ū → kū, which is called two-pinyin, and now we have to learn three-pinyin. In some mandarin syllables, there is an intermediary between initials and vowels. For example: g-u-ā → guā, the middle of the “u” is the voice. Sansyu Pinyin is spelling syllables consisting of initials, vowels and vowels. When spelling should pay attention to the initial consonants, vowels, vowels breath reading, from slow to fast, even into a syllable, pay attention to the middle of the voice can not be lost.
Please spell with me
G-u-ā → guā Melon melon
H-u-ā → huā rose flower
Speak three spelling syllables with direct method:
Kuā huǒ guō duō
Please follow me to read the following words:
Mó gu bǔ kè hú li huā duǒ
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