Let Me Introduce: the Decomposition of the Chinese Characters

Question 1: What is the Decomposition of the Chinese characters?

 

Answer: It is breaking of the Chinese characters down smaller parts of the characters – radicals and components.

 

Question 2: What is the practical use of the Chinese character decomposition?

 

Answer: The Chinese character decomposition is applied to ease the study process of the Chinese characters, to make them understandable and simple  to write.

 

Question 3: What benefits can the Chinese language teachers get from the Chinese character decomposition?

 

Answer: The Chinese language teachers get a powerful tool for teaching their students quickly and efficiently.

 

Question 4: What benefits can Universities enjoy from the Chinese character decomposition?

 

Answer: Undoubtedly high academic scores of their students and high competitiveness of their graduates on the job market are the major benefits for the Universities. Success of their graduates on the job market will directly influence on recruitment of new students and ranking.

 

Let us see what the Chinese character decomposition looks in practice:

 

汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character 寺  sì ‘temple’

 

土  tǔ earth,

十  shí ten,

一  yī one,

丨  gǔn line,

一  yī one,

寸  cùn inch,

一  yī one,

亅  jué hook,

丶  zhǔ dot,

 

寺土十一丨一寸一亅丶

 

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More information: http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/the-chinese-character-decomposition-guidance/18847104 and http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/polina985

 

Good luck and best wishes to all!

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Author: theearthofbrain

Chinese Language Teacher

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