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I have just recently discovered memrise and found it to be a gem for learning characters. It's so easy just to do a quick 5, then another 5 if you're bored, review and move onto another 5. I'm learning so much here (although I'll have to be sure to regularly review).

Any other people primarily use memrise for learning characters?

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I'm trying to learn another language in Memrise (French) I think it's a useful site to be familiar with the chinese characters and be able to read chinese on print but if you want to learn how to write, a formal lesson is required as I see when I hired a tutor. The print form and the written form ( as we write in on a paper) is quite different. But I love memrise too although I read somewhere that it's not 100% accurate as anyone can contribute in this site.

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On 3/5/2015 at 0:36 AM, Hedonologist said:

I have just recently discovered memrise and found it to be a gem for learning characters. It's so easy just to do a quick 5, then another 5 if you're bored, review and move onto another 5. I'm learning so much here (although I'll have to be sure to regularly review).

 

Any other people primarily use memrise for learning characters?

I heard about it but I have not used it yet, now that you mentioned about the usefulness of it in learning Chinese characters then I will definitely check it out again. I do have a question though, do you think it will help as a beginner to learn the characters simultaneously with the pinyin or should I learn one at a time.

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On 3/30/2016 at 10:33 AM, kurdapia said:

I heard about it but I have not used it yet, now that you mentioned about the usefulness of it in learning Chinese characters then I will definitely check it out again. I do have a question though, do you think it will help as a beginner to learn the characters simultaneously with the pinyin or should I learn one at a time.

I think you should learn both at the same time, as it's 2 parts of the same word. The character isnt useful if you can pronounce it, but even if you can say it doesn't mean you could read or write it. I think theres a lot of importance in being able to do both.

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Yes, it is good to write Chinese Character by right sequence. 

I also learn Chinese character in similar comparison, I mean learn one character by comparison between two or more resembled characters, such as Eye Challenge, which strongly impresses me the structure of each word.

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