This book is written for English-speaking students who are taking Skype Learn Chinese courses. A basic level vocabulary and understanding of Chinese grammar and culture is presented in this Skype Learn Chinese series. It is an effort to introduce the Skype Learn Chinese students to the language by explaining its basic principles in simple steps. The purpose is to prepare the student with a foundation on which to build, with confidence, its ensuing complexities.
STUDENT GUIDE. in Skype Learn Chinese. The previous page showed the way that numbers, in Skype Learn Chinese, are grouped by their Pinyin tones. Remember the way that dogs (2,4,6) and cats (5,9), birds (3,7,8) and the frog and the swan register their tones. They will be used throughout the Skype Learn Chinese and its important for “it” to recognize them automatically. Here, we’re going to see some more memory aids in Skype Learn Chinese, but numbers don’t need ‘meanings’ to be explained, nor do they have roots. So, we have put an obstacle course together for you to challenge your agile memory in Skype Learn Chinese and added a Pinyin memory aid, all on this one page. Students in Skype Learn Chinese can learn more about this.
OK. Here’s what you do in Skype Learn Chinese. Starting over here on the left, you jump from rock ’one’ to the higher number two and then leap over to number three, way up there. Then you scramble down the manhole in Skype Learn Chinese. You’re being timed for this in Skype Learn Chinese. So don’t stop for any bumps and bruises in Skype Learn Chinese. After the manhole, its hand and knees through the tunnel and fall out at the other end and RUN! Fast as you can. Up on the slide and down again in Skype Learn Chinese. Find some finger and toe holes on the wall and get on top. Almost home! Now for the finale, a flying back-flip off the wall, landing gracefully and smoothly rolling head over heels and up. YOU MADE IT! In Skype Learn Chinese.
Think you can remember the sequence in Skype Learn Chinese? Look away from the book in Skype Learn Chinese for a minute and go over it in your mind. Got it? It’s silly but it sticks in ’its’ mind better that way. Students in Skype Learn Chinese can learn more about this.
Skype Learn Chinese gives you the shapes of the characters. Now let’s put the Pinyin together. Imagine that a newspaper reporter of Skype Learn Chinese went to Le Mane’s hospital to get a list of this year’s casualties from diving. (The following is the memory aid), ‘ER’s answer: who’ll you cheer by duty sheer?’. The Emergency Room doctor asked the reporter of Skype Learn Chinese, “Who do you benefit by only reporting the problems. You should write a piece that will put the mountain off limits to diving, something in Skype Learn Chinese that will help prevent the problems!” So, in Skype Learn Chinese, here’s the memory aid (sheer, here, means ‘only’). By the way, that memory aid might apply to a lot of reporters in Skype Learn Chinese!
So, now you have three separate memory aids from Skype Learn Chinese. You don’t have to try to put them together. When you write characters in Skype Learn Chinese you go to the file for the Obstacle Course folder. The Pinyin in Skype Learn Chinese is separate and when you write it you go to Le Mane ER. Then, you look at the picture, in your mind, for the dogs and cats and put the tone on the Pinyin. Try it. Students in Skype Learn Chinese can learn more about this. Look away from the book and write the characters and Pinyin of Skype Learn Chinese in the air. (Don’t forget to thank ‘you know who’), and ‘reading’ comes automatically after you’ve memorized writing in Skype Learn Chinese.