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Compound Finals (复元音韵母)

Jan 28th, 2010 Posted in Audio, Lessons, Pinyin | no comment »

The finals which comprise two or three vowel phonemes are called “compound finals”. There are 13 of them Read the rest of this entry »

Initial + Finals + Tones = Syllable

Jan 25th, 2010 Posted in Lessons, Pinyin | no comment »

Syllable (音节)

Every single Chinese character in the normal written font occupies the same amount of space when written. Usually, each character has only one syllable, which is a prominent feature of Chinese. Read the rest of this entry »