Analytical Habits and Split Practice

The Chinese language is not as difficult as it might seem. The major obstacle that the Chinese language learners come across is the lack of analytical habits, Chinese characters split practice.

The Chinese characters decomposition is very simple, the learner has to understand the Chinese characters breakdown process and its sequence.

Once the Chinese character is analyzed and understood it will be easily memorized and the learner will not have to spend hours writing it for memorization.

The simplicity of the Chinese character structural analysis you can see here:

Decomposition of the Chinese character 千 qiān ‘thousand’:

千  qiān thousand

丿  piě slash

十  shí ten

一  yī one

丨  gǔn line

千  丿  十  一  丨

If you analyse a couple of the Chinese characters more you will like this process and realize how the Chinese characters are simple indeed.

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Business Email Standards in China

Chinese email has some strict requirements which are very useful to know. In order your emails message look professional it is necessary to follow the standard requirements to business email writing procedures.

First of all the requirements refer to the correct form of greeting, introduction phrase, business email text layout, email conclusion phrase, signature.

All this useful information is available in the Chinese commercial correspondence textbook for self-study with an awesome title ‘Supersonic Commercial Chinese Book 1’ by Polina Shinkina’ self-published on lulu.com.

In this book you can easily find important examples of modern Chinese business letters which will make your business writing sound concisely and clearly.

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Universities on the Educational Market

How to upgrade competitive strength of Universities on the educational market? Including modern Chinese commercial textbooks into study programs will help universities to attract new students. The textbooks are available here: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/polina985

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How can you learn to write business letters in Chinese?

 

 

Writing business letters in Chinese is pretty simple if you have the examples of such letters. Supersonic Commercial Chinese Book 1 by Polina Shinkina will reduce the time you spend on business letters writing.

This textbook contains samples of short business letters in the Chinese language which can make you more productive, be short and to-the-point in your correspondence.

The Chinese business letters in Supersonic Commercial Chinese Book are good for your career prospects and will help to write business letters clearly and concisely, be understandable to your Chinese conversation partner and will keep your projects moving faster.

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The Best Practice to Learn Chinese Characters

Chinese characters are simple and easy to understand. Understanding comes when you analyze Chinese characters and see that all of them consist of simple radicals in different combinations.

There are 214 radicals in the Chinese language. One third of them are more or less often repeated in different Chinese characters. The rest of the radicals are less often used.

You will easily learn the most often used radicals because they are very simple in their structures and consist of a smaller number of strokes. The rest radicals will be learned in the course of your learning practice.

Find a minute for practicing in decomposition of the Chinese character 早 zǎo ‘morning’

曰 yuē say

冂 jiōng down box

二 èr two

十 shí ten

一 yī one

丨 gǔn line

 

曰冂二 十一丨

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

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