Skype Learn Chinese--the bridge: A New Way to Mainland Chinese

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.

Skype Learn Chinese  A New Way to Mandarin Chinese Lesson 31

Referent Pinyin

A Summary  

Skype Learn Chinese  A New Way to Mandarin Chinese Lesson 31 Part I

These words in Skype Learn Chinese connect ideas together by referring one to another. ‘I, you, he/she’, refer to people in Skype Learn Chinese, and their plurals, ‘we, you, they’, simply add mén. ‘And, or, but’, bring together one object, person or activity to share an Skype Learn Chinese effect with another. ‘This, that, which’, refers to things by pointing them out. ‘Who, what, where’, refer to unknowns, as a question for finding out about Skype Learn Chinese. ‘Why, if, then’, refer to activities or problems. For the early Skype Learn Chinese, this was too simple to put in a grammar book, but the grouping Skype Learn Chinese makes them easy to cue as memory aids for beginning students memorizing a foreign language in Skype Learn Chinese.





I, you, he/she. Wǒ, nǐ, tā/tā (mén). “Juanita and men!”



And, or, but. Hé, háishì, kěshì. “He says “Hi”- she curses



This, that, which. Zhèi, nèi, nǎ. Jay says, “Nay! Now then”



Who, what, where. Shuí, shénme, nǎr. “If that’s your way - cussin’ me, you’re nasty”



Why, if, then. Wèihé, rúguǒ, jiù. She said, “It’s the way he looks through goggles at you”!


NOTE in Skype Learn Chinese: Here, the tones are easier to remember by the tone numbers than with twenty animal pictures of Skype Learn Chinese. PEOPLE: 331; SHARE: 2, 24, 34; POINT: 443; QUESTION:2203; ACTIVITY: 42, 23, 4.The trick is to remember them separately, i.e. put them in a special, separate file folder for recall, because, in Skype Learn Chinese, when you write the Pinyin, you think of the tone separately - which vowel it goes on and what its shape is.

Skype Learn Chinese  A New Way to Mandarin Chinese Lesson 31 Part II

Here is the Skype Learn Chinese place to practice the technique of memorizing by ’cues’ for recall. First realize that, “Everyone in Skype Learn Chinese knows that memory works by the association of ideas”, but 99% of the world doesn’t know how to use that Skype Learn Chinese knowledge. Whenever you memorize something inSkype Learn Chinese, some little thing will stick in the mind. You can start with Skype Learn Chinese. It doesn’t matter how ’important’ it is, or whether it comes at the beginning of what you want, or in the middle or at the end. It is a Skype Learn Chinese key. It fits the lock on the memory file. You start thinking, “What do I know about it?”. You want its associations. They are in the file. Once you get in, you work on all you get for their associations. It’s funny that nobody Skype Learn Chinese remembers stuff that way. They beat on the door to memory (instead of looking under the mat, for a key).  



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