Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 4 b p m f

Pinyin Learning Course Lesson 4 b p m f

This lesson is to learn the initials b p m f, learn pinyin and single vowels.

The pronunciation of b is similar to the broadcast of broadcasting. When lips are closed, lips are closed and released. b b b.

The pronunciation of p is similar to that of “splash” of splashing water, lips are closed when read, and then suddenly released to give a very strong breath. Please read with me: p p p.

B and p can be based on the letter shape, compiled crooked help memory. such as:

Like a “6” word b b b,

“9” anti-write p p p.

Now learn pinyin, spelling first reading:

B-á-bá pull radish pull

P-á-pá climb the bamboo pole

Now use the direct method to recognize syllables. For example: bá, pronounced, the first consonant b mouth shape, and then quickly vowel up, breath read: bá, pulling radish pull. “Another example: pá, pronounced, put the initials p The mouth shape, and then quickly rhyme mother á linked up, breath read out, that is pá, climb the bamboo pole “climb.”

Please spell phonetic with me spelling:

B-ā → bā tail of the Pakistani

B-á → bá pull the grass pull

B-ǎ → bǎ target of the target

B-à → bà father’s dad

P-ā → pā lying on the lying

P-á → pá climb the tree

P-à → pà afraid of fear

We use the direct call to read the syllable of the king:

Bā bá bà pā pá bǎ pà

Initials m pronunciation similar to Mandarin “touch”, when read closed mouth, the sound came out from the nose; m. Please read with me: m m m.

The pronunciation of f is similar to that of the Buddha of the Mandarin Big Buddha, but the “Buddha” of the Buddha is the second tone, while f is light and short. f f f.

M and f can also be used to help memorize:

Two holes m m m,

Umbrella up f f f.

Now learn Pinyin. First read with spelling:

B-à → bà bà bɑ

M-ā → mā mā mɑ

W-ǒ → wǒ

Please note that bà bɑ, mā mɑ behind a syllable is not a standard tone, read when you read softly.

Now use the direct method to read the syllables below;

Mù mà bù wá wɑ

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 1 ɑ o e

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 2 i u ü

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 3 y w

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 4 b p m f

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 5 d t n l

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 6 g k h

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 7 j q x

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 8 z c s

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 9 zh ch sh r

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 10 fù xí

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 11 ɑi ei ui

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 12 ɑo ou iu

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 13 ie üe er

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 14 ɑn en in

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 15 un ün

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 16 ɑng eng ing ong

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 17 fù xí

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 18 fù xí

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 3 y w

Pinyin learning tutorial third class y w

In this lesson, learn the initials y w, learn pinyin and single vowels, and learn to read the whole syllable yi wu yu.

When initials are pronounced, they should be read light and short. The initials y and the single vowel i are similar in pronunciation but shorter than the single vowel i, and can not elongate the sound. Initials y can be spelled with other finals. Please read with me: y y y.

A piece of clothing y y y

The pronunciation of w is similar to that of a single vowel u, but is shorter than that of a single vowel u. w w w.

Roof reflection w w w.

Initials can not be made into syllables alone, to be friends with vowels to spell syllables. Pinyin, the front of the consonant to read light and light, followed by the vowel to read, read loud, initials and vowels quickly connected to read, it becomes a syllable. We can use crooks to help memorize: the first tone is lighter and the second tone is more violent.

please read with me:

Y-ā → yā

W-ā → wā

Children, just now we learned the spelling. Now let’s learn another way to pinyin; direct call. Direct call method is also called “a call.” Speak syllables with direct call method, first set the sounding mother’s mouth shape; see what the vowel behind, what is the first few, and then read it quickly.

Initials are y, vowels are ā, direct call yā.

Initials are w, vowels are ā, direct call wā.

Please talk to me

Duck

Yá teeth teeth

Yǎ dumb dumb

Yà Asian Asia

Now I invite two children to practice. One speaks the initials and vowels, one direct syllable.

Fr frog frog

Wá doll’s doll

Tile tiles

Socks socks

Initials y w, also can call it big y, big w. Single rhyme i u u, can also call it a small i, small u, small u, they can not be individually phonetic Chinese characters. Only the initials y w and single vowel i u ü together to form syllables, can Chinese phonetic. This syllable is called the overall recognition of syllables yi wu yü. Please read with me: yi wu yü.

Yī yí yǐ yì

Wū wú wǔ wù

Yū yú yǔ yù

Syllable yu to the Chinese phonetic, u on the two points to be saved, we can use ringlets to help memorize: large y with u u; two save to remember.

Please read pinyin with me Words:

Ā yí yǔ yī

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 1 ɑ o e

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 2 i u ü

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 3 y w

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 4 b p m f

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 5 d t n l

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 6 g k h

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 7 j q x

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 8 z c s

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 9 zh ch sh r

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 10 fù xí

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 11 ɑi ei ui

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 12 ɑo ou iu

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 13 ie üe er

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 14 ɑn en in

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 15 un ün

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 16 ɑng eng ing ong

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 17 fù xí

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 18 fù xí

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 2 i u ü

Pinyin learning tutorial second class i u ü

This class is learning i u ü 3 single vowels and their four tones.

I’s pronunciation and clothing “clothing” the same. i i i.

U pronounce the same with the crow’s “Ukraine”, read the lips when closed, leaving a small hole. u u u.

U is pronounced similar to a fish’s “fish,” but a fish’s “fish” is the second, and u reads the first. U ü u.

I u ü Three single vowels can be based on the shape of the letters, compiled jingle to help memorize, for example:

Add i i i on i,

Vertical bending vertical u u u,

U add u ü u.

I u ü Like ao e, you can also read four tones. Please remember, i add a key, the above point to get rid of. Now please read with me:

Ī í ǐ ì ū ú ǔ ù ǖ ǘ ǘ ǜ

Ī ū ǖ í ú ǘ ǐ ǔ ǔ ì ù ǜ

We learned a total of six single vowels in these two classes, they are ao e u u. The six single vowels are arranged according to the size of the articulation, a is the boss, o is the second child, e is the third child, i u u are the fourth, fifth and sixth.

Four voices of a o e i u u We also learned. Not only do we read in the order of four, but we also read the vowel of the specified tone, which is called the vowel.

Please children read a first sound, u second sound; i fourth sound; o third sound; u first sound; e second sound.

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 1 ɑ o e

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 2 i u ü

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 3 y w

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 4 b p m f

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 5 d t n l

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 6 g k h

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 7 j q x

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 8 z c s

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 9 zh ch sh r

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 10 fù xí

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 11 ɑi ei ui

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 12 ɑo ou iu

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 13 ie üe er

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 14 ɑn en in

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 15 un ün

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 16 ɑng eng ing ong

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 17 fù xí

Hanyu Pinyin Tone Learning Course Lesson 18 fù xí

Pinyin tone alphabet

Pinyin tone alphabet

Phonetic tone refers to the tone of Mandarin, usually called the sound of four, that is, Yin Ping (first sound), with “ˉ” said, such as lā; Yang Ping second sound, with ” Sound), with “” said, such as lǎ; go sound (fourth sound), with “‘”, such as; là.

Chinese name: Pinyin tone

The first sound: Yin Ping ˉ

Second sound: Yang Ping ‘

Third sound: on the sound

Fourth sound: go sound ‘

There is also a special tone in Chinese, called soft sound, sometimes called the fifth sound, not in Chinese Pinyin tone. Some scholars think that the “fifth sound” argument is not precise. Whispered though it can play a role in resolving the semantic meaning, but usually not included in the Chinese “four”, because the tone is the normal accent accent pitch form. On the pitch, there is only tone zone tone, tone and arch characteristics.

Each Chinese character consists of vowel and initial consonant to form a syllable. In the upper vowels should be marked tone, for convenience can also be omitted.

Hanyu Pinyin winning standard tone position rules are as follows:

If there are two finals (vowels) and the first vowel (vowel) is i, u, or u, the tone is marked on the second vowel (vowel). The rest of the tone should be marked on the first vowel (vowel) above.

Hanyu Pinyin program in tone is the use of symbolic mark:

The Hanyu Pinyin Scheme, adopted by the 60th Meeting of the Plenum of the State Council on November 1, 1957, and adopted by the Fifth Plenary Session of the First National People’s Congress on February 11, 1958, adopts the following symbols: Yin Ping (ˉ ), Yang Ping (‘), on the sound () to sound (‘), softly (not standard) approach. This method solves the difference between different Chinese characters in tone. For example, mā (yinping), hemp má (yangping), mǎ (sound), mà mà (mute), mɑ (softly without tone). Literacy has made a contribution to literacy. However, with the continuous development of information technology, it is not compatible with the computer keyboard. Enter a tonal symbol to toss for a while, it is not easy to use, affecting the continuous development of Chinese information.

Solution:

Use numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 instead of tonal (ˉ), yangping (‘), soprano (), soprano A standard symbol.

Method of implementation:

(1) Use the number 1 instead of yin-ping (ˉ) symbol because yin-ping is the first sound. For example, Pinyin pīn yīn, according to this method is pin1 yin1.

Example word: acridine ah ah actinium marinated pinyin is “ā”. With this method, acridine ah actinium marinated pinyin is “a”.

Ai Ai Ai Ou Ai Ai Pinyin is “āi.” With this method, Ai Ai Ai Ai Ai’s pinyin is “ai1”.

(2) Use the number 2 instead of the yangping (‘) symbol because yangping is the second one.

Example word: endure cancer Ai pinyin is “ái”. With this method, endure cancer Ai pinyin is “ai2.”

(3) Use the number 3 instead of the upper sound () symbol because the upper sound is the third sound.

Example word: short Ai Ai Pinyin is “ǎi”. With this method, pin short ailing Ai pinyin is “ai3”.

(4) Use the number 4 instead of the strikethrough (‘) symbol because the strikethrough is the fourth tone.

Example word: Ai Ai Ai Ai Ai Ai pass 嗌 pinyin is “ài”. With this method, Ai Ai Ai Ai Ai ambiguai Ai Xiao Pinyin is “ai4”.

(5) Use the number 5 instead of the soft sound, because the soft sound is the fifth sound.

Example word: ah word pinyin is “ɑ”. With this method, the phonetic alphabet is “a5”. Pinyin it strike is “ba.” With this method, it spell phonetic alphabet is “ba5”.

(6) Description: According to the above implementation method, with digital adjustment, will always tone (number) marked in the syllable behind. For example: set up cheng2 li4

Hanyu Pinyin alphabet (with tone card)

ā á ǎ à

ō ó ǒ ò

ē é ě è

ī í ǐ ì

ū ú ǔ ù

ǖ ǘ ǚ ǜ

āi ái ǎi ài

ēi éi ěi èi

uī uí uǐ uì

āo áo ǎo ào

ōu óu ǒu òu

iū iú iǔ iù

iē ié iě iè

üē üé üě ǜè

ēr ér ěr èr

ān án ǎn àn

ēn én ěn èn

īn í n ǐn ìn

ūn ún ǔn ùn

ǖn ǘn ǚn ǜn

āng áng ǎng àng

ēng ãng ěng âng

īng íng ǐng ìng

ōng óng ǒng òng

Hanyu pinyin vowels “ong” pronunciation

Hanyu pinyin vowels “ong” pronunciation diagram and method

Hanyu pinyin vowels ong pronunciation

Hanyu pinyin vowels “ong” pronunciation

Chinese pinyin vowels “ong” pronunciation skills

Pronunciation, the first o sound, and then tongue against the soft palate after retraction, tongue surface bulge, lip long round, nasal resonance into sound.

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Initials

bpmfdtnlgkhjqxzhchshrzcsyw

vowels

aoeiuüaieiuiaoouiuieüeeraneninunünangengingong

What is the Chinese pinyin vowel?

What is vowel

Vowel refers to the Chinese phonetic terms, Chinese phonetic consonants, other than the tone of the part. Old is called rhyme. The vowels consist of rhyme (vowel), rhyme abdomen (main vowel) and rhyme. The vowels can be divided into single vowels, complex vowels and nasal vowels according to vowel structure. Chinese phonetic initials, tone other than the part. Old is called rhyme. Vowels can be divided into rhyme head (voice), Yun belly (the main vowel), ending three parts. Such as “Mother” niáng vowel is iang, where i is rhyme, a rhyme abdomen, ng is the end of the rhyme. Each vowel must have rhyme, rhyme and rhyme tail is optional. Such as “big” dà vowel is a, a is rhyme abdomen, no rhyme, rhyme; “melon” guā vowels are ua, where u is the rhyme, a is rhyme abdomen, there is no ending; Is ao, where a is the rhyme, o is the end of the rhyme, there is no rhyme.

What are vowels

aoeiuǖaieiuiaoouiuieǖeeraneninunǖnangeng ingong ,A total of 24 vowels.

Vowels composition

Vowel = vowel (vowel) + vowel (vowel, vowel in the most critical part) + end of the vowel (vowel consonant, which consonant refers to the nasal vowel) vowels in a syllable can usually be divided into rhyme Head, Yun belly and ending three parts. As official 〔guan〕 in this syllable, 〔g〕 is the initial consonant, 〔uan〕 is the final consonant. Vowels 〔uan〕, a rhyme abdomen, 〔u〕 is rhyme, 〔〕 n is the end of the rhyme.

Vowel pronunciation

Single vowel is played by the unitary vowel, Mandarin 10 single vowels can be divided into three types of vowel tongue, vowel vowel tongue and scroll tongue vowel. The vowel of the tongue is the vowel that plays a major role in the tongue. There are seven a, o, e, e, i, u, ǖ. The vowel of the tongue is the vowel that plays a major role in the tongue. ), – i (after) two; er is the vowel vowel.

First, before and after the tongue

Tongue refers to the location of the bulge of the tongue when speaking. Vowel sound when the tongue extends, the tongue in front, then the vowel is called vowel. Mandarin vowel has two front vowels vowel, that is i, u. Vowel hair, tongue retraction, tongue position in the back, then pronounced the vowel called vowel. Mandarin vowel in the tongue has three vowels, is o, e, u. When vowels are pronounced, the tongue is not in the middle, the tongue is centered, and the vowel is pronounced as central vowel. In Mandarin there is a tongue vowel, which is ɑ.

Second, the level of the tongue

Elevation of the tongue, and the distance from the hard palate to reach the minimum, the vowel is called high vowel. When the tongue is lowered and the distance to the hard palate reaches its maximum, the vowel is called a low vowel. This distance from the high vowel to the low vowel can be divided into four equal parts with three points in between. When the tongue is at these three points, the vowels uttered from top to bottom are called half-high vowels, middle vowels and semi-low vowels, respectively. There are 3 tongue vowels in Mandarin, that is, i, u, u, two half-height vowels, o, e, and one low vowel.

Third, the lip-shaped round exhibition

Lips closed round, issued a vowel called the round vowel; lips expand, issued vowels called the round vowels. Mandarin vowel in the tongue has three round vowels, is o, u,ǖ, there are four round lips vowels, that is, e, i, e.

Single vowel pronunciation is characterized by the process of pronunciation tongue position, lip shape and opening degree remains unchanged. If there is a change, it is not a pure rhyme, therefore, to maintain a fixed articulation when speaking.

What is the pinyin initials?

What is the initials

The initials, which are consonants used in front of vowels, form a complete syllable with vowels. Other Chinese-Tibetan languages have similar structures. Consonant generally act as the first consonant.

Chinese dialects differ in their initial consonants. In general, Wu and Xiang languages ​​inherit the thirty-six initials of Middle Chinese well. The consonants in Hunan and Wu often reach 29-35. Minji system consonants have undergone great changes. Minhou local consonants are generally fluctuating around 15. In the late dialects represented by Cantonese and Mandarin (including Putonghua), the number of initials is generally about 20, with a consonant of 21 in Mandarin. Gan and Hakka dialects have slightly less initials than Cantonese and Mandarin. We can find a very obvious law in today’s Chinese dialects. The less a consonant of a Chinese dialect is, the more vowels tend to be, and the number of initials and vowels show a complementary relationship. For example, Shantou dialect nearly 90, it has only 15 consonants. A number of central Wuyi, such as Yiwu dialect consonants in the 30 or so, vowels reduced to less than 40. As for the part of Xiang dialects such as Qiyang dialect, there are as many as 35 initial consonants, and the consonants are correspondingly reduced to 27. This interesting phenomenon reflects a neat and deep law and an amazing harmony of beauty. Aroused great concern of linguists. In addition, similar laws exist in other major languages ​​of the Sino-Tibetan language such as Tibetan. The wide distribution of this law illustrates the highly homologous relationship within the Sino-Tibetan language family.

What are the initials

There are 23 initials:bpmfdtnlgkhjqxzhchshrzcsyw

Classification of initials

1. According to the pronunciation part classification (pronunciation part: Pronunciation organ constitutes the obstruction part)

① double lip sound: b p m

② lip tooth sound: f

③ tongue anterior tone: z c s

④ tongue midrange: d t n l

⑤ tongue after the sound: zh ch sh r

⑥ tongue tone: j q x (3)

⑦ tongue root tone: ɡ k h (3)

2. According to the pronunciation method classification (pronunciation method: pronunciation, larynx, oral and nasal flow control mode and status), including three aspects:

(1) hinder the way

① stop sound: b p d t ɡ k

② affricate: z c zh ch j q

③ fricative: f h s sh r x

④ nasal: m n

⑤ edge sound: l

(2) whether the vocal cords vibrate

① voiceless (not vibrate): b p f d ……

② voiced (flutter): m n l r

(3) the strength of the air flow

① air supply tone: p t k c ch q

② do not send sound: b d ɡ z zh j

Initial pronunciation

To distinguish between the initials and hukou tone:

Initials of the sound is the initial sound of initials, without vowels.

The consonant’s calling tone is the tone of a vowel that follows the initials. Such as:bo,po,mo,fo,de,te,ne,le,ge,ke,he,ji,qi,xi,zhi,chi,shit,ri,zi,ci,si,yi,wu,yu。