The Chinese Character Decomposition for Students – Learn the Chinese Characters Friendly!

From now on your life will become easier! You save a lot of time and efforts memorizing each Chinese character. Once decomposition is understood, it won’t be necessary spending hours writing one and the same character.

Just explain once the decomposition of the character to your friend and you yourself will remember its writing forever!

 

Decomposition example of the character怎 zěn ‘how’:

 

怎  zěn how

乍  zhà first

丿  piě slash

一  yī one

丨  gǔn line

二  èr two

心  xīn heart

丿  piě slash

乚  yǐ second

丶  zhǔ dot

丶  zhǔ dot

 

乍丿一丨二 心丿乚丶丶

Synonyms: Structural analysis of the Chinese characters, Breakdown of the Chinese characters.

 

More information and guidelines about decomposition you can find in each Chinese textbook by Polina Shinkina on http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/polina985

and in the The Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance

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木 mù ‘tree_

汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character  理  lǐ  manage    

王 wáng king,

一  yī  one,

土  tǔ  earth,

十  shí  ten,

一  yī  one,

丨  gǔn  line,

一  yī  one,

里  lǐ  village,

曰  yuē  say,

冂  jiōng  down box,

二  èr  two,

土  tǔ  earth,

十  shí  ten,

一  yī  one,

丨  gǔn  line,

一  yī  one,

 

王一土十一丨一里曰冂二土十一丨一

 

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十 shí ‘ten_

汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character  跟  gēn  ‘with’   

足  zú foot,

口  kǒu mouth,

冂  jiōng down box,

一  yī one,

⺊  bǔ divination,

丨  gǔn line,

一  yī one,

人  rén man,

艮  gèn stop and stare,

彐  jì snout,

二  èr two,

丿  piě slash,

 

足口冂一⺊ 丨一人艮彐 二 丿

 

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子 zǐ ‘child_

‘Open the Door to Chinese Book 1’ Second Edition Published

The second edition of Polina Shinkina’s ‘Open the Door to Chinese Book 1’ self-publushed today on www.lulu.com.

 

The structure of the textbook remained untouched, some changes have been made in the part of the Chinese numerals.

 

Now the textbook contains samples and answers to the exercises on the Chinese numerals.

 

All the improvements make ‘Open the Door to Chinese Book 1’ more easy and interesting for self-learning and self-controlling of the learning process.

 

Author,

May 16, 2007

 

Mandarin Chinese Textbook for Beginners

Open the Door to Chinese Book 1 by Polina Shinkina

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汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character  借  jiè  ‘lend’     

亻  rén  man,

昔  xī  past,

艹  cǎo  grass,

一  yī  one,

曰  yuē  say,

冂  jiōng  down box,

二  èr  two,

 

亻昔艹 一曰冂二

 

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汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Radical  長 cháng, ‘long’

一   yī,  one,

丨   gǔn,  line,

二   èr,  two,

衣   yī,  clothing (without丶 zhǔ dot),

一   yī,  one,

匚   fāng,  right open box,

一   yī,  one,

丿   piě,  slash,

 

長一   丨   二   衣   一   匚   一   丿

 

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万事俱备,只欠东风

中文成语。  The Chinese idiom.

万事俱备,只欠东风

wànshìjùbèi, zhǐqiàndōngfēng

  1. Everything is ready, all we need is an East wind.
  2. Lacking only one tiny crucial item.

 

Meanings of the Chinese characters:

万  wàn ten thousand

事  shì  job

俱  jù  all

备  bèi  have

只  zhǐ  only

欠  qiàn  lack

东  dōng  East

风  fēng  wind

 
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