Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 14 ɑn en in
In this lesson, learn the nasal an en in and the overall syllable yin.
Nasal vowels before the prospective nasal rhyme must first read n, the tongue against the gums, gas from the nose out. n n n.
An and Tiananmen Square “Ann” pronounced the same. Starting first, followed by nasal n, is an. Please read with me: an an ɑn.
En with Zhou Enlai’s “grace” pronounced the same. Please read with me: en en.
In and Pinyin “tone” pronunciation similar. Please read with me: in in in.
Speak to me now Syllabus:
Sh-ān → shān
Zh-ēn → zhēn
L-ín → lín
T-i-ān → tiān
Ch-u-án → chuán
In a separate syllable to Chinese phonetic, the front to add initials y, into the overall recognition of syllables yin. yin to read directly, not spelling. Please read with me: yin yin yin.
Please read ym four times:
Yīn sound of the sound
Yín Silver silver
Yǐn earthworms earthworms
Yìn footprints of India
Please speak to me phonetic words;
Gāo shān dǎ zhēn shù lín
Please call me Pinyin sentence:
Fàn qián xǐshǒu,
Fàn hòu shù kǒu
Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course