The Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance Level 2 contains the 243 most commonly used decomposed Chinese characters.
The character decomposition is a very important tool for learning and teaching the Chinese characters. The character decomposition shows availability of generally accepted radicals and character components in the Chinese character and does not substitute strokes or the stroke order in each separate Chinese character.
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The Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance Level 1-3 contains the 902 most commonly used decomposed Chinese characters, splitted by 341 – Level 1, 243 – Level 2 and 318 – Level 3.
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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.
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What is the Chinese character decomposition guidance? It is a top-down chart splitting a character into smaller, meaningful components.
The components, in their turn, are broken into separate radicals with tones and meanings.
Such decomposition is very helpful to the Chinese language learners to memorize and remember the Chinese characters.
It also gives a better idea of the Chinese language at large.
Decomposition of the Chinese Character 安 ān ‘quiet’
宀 mián roof
丶 zhǔ dot
冖 mì cover
女 nǚ woman
丿 piě slash
一 yī one
Synonyms: Structural analysis of the Chinese characters, Breakdown of the Chinese characters, Chinese characters split.
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