Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 13 ie üe er
This lesson will continue to learn Fu Yun ie ue er and the overall recognition syllable ye yue.
The pronunciation of ie is similar to the “leaf” of a leaf, but the “leaf” is the fourth tone, ie the first sound is read. To pay attention to ie not read e as e, to read into ê. Please read with me: ie ie ie.
Üe is similar to the Moon’s Moon, but it must be read first. üe üe üe.
Er is pronounced like a child’s “child,” “child” is second but er reads first. er er er.
Complex rhymes ie, ue can not directly to the Chinese phonetic, to read the whole syllable to read ye, yue to phonetic. Please read me now
Yē yé yě yè
Yu yu yu yu yu yu
Practice Pinyin now. Initial consonants j q x and complex vowels üe fight, u on the two points to be omitted. please read with me:
J-üe → jue
Q-üe → que
X-üe → xue
Üe and other initials, u on two points is not omitted. please read with me:
N-üe → nue
L-üe → lue
Er is a special vowel, it does not fight with the initials, only as a separate syllable.
Children, we have learned 9 complex vowels, ɑi ei ui
Ɑo ou iu ie üe er. In these 9 complex vowels, there are several glyphs that are alike. Let’s read one by one:
Ɑi, ei these two complex vowel pronoun is easy to make mistakes. Hair ɑi, the mouth should be bigger Zhang; hair ei, the mouth to be smaller.
Please use the direct call method to read the syllables below, then the lines and the syllables together. please read with me:
Qié zǐ hú dié shū bāo shù yè
Shuǐ niú xǐ què shǒu biǎo
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