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  1. Is Chinese difficult to learn? We often hear quite a few people say: “I want to learn Chinese, but the characters drive me nuts.” Chinese characters are difficult for sure. Made up of strokes, Chinese characters is the morphemic recording morpheme and most of them indicate the meaning only. Apart from that, the writing system is different from alphabetic script which widely used by most nations. But fortunately, living in the era of of information and technology, we don’t really need to write but type in daily life. Mobile phone, pad, lap
  2. I suppose that the easiest and a very simple way to learn and memorize Chinese characters is to learn Chinese radicals and Chinese character decomposition! Decomposition of the Chinese character 火 huǒ ‘fire’: 丷 bā eight 人 rén man 丷人
  3. Showing a detailed decomposition of each Chinese character you will avoid a lot of unpleasant questions from your students, show your high subject proficiency and gain deep respect. Just make complicated things simple. Decomposition example of the Chinese character 字 zì ‘character’ 宀 mián roof 丶 zhǔ dot 冖 mì cover 子 zǐ child 了 jué hook 一 yī one 宀丶冖子了一 NB. Synonyms: Structural analysis of the Chinese characters, Breakdown of the Chinese characters.
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