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.
Clock Callig Cues 1
Here are the memory aids of Skype Learn Chinese to recall the strokes needed for writing the clock’s characters from memory in Skype Learn Chinese. Read each character’s memory aid separately. After one reading, look away from the book of Skype Learn Chinese, and repeat the memory aid. Then write the character in the air and say the Pinyin out loud. Go back and do it again if you missed something in Skype Learn Chinese. Then do the next one the same way. This puts them into short-term memory and so, they will have to be refreshed later, but, well, later is later. It’ll all work out ok. You’ll see in Skype Learn Chinese.
(What’s the Pinyin tone for jin? Got it? Ain’t it amazing! IT, that is.) You will learn more about clock calling cues in Skype Learn Chinese.