Chinese Pinyin or Hanyu Pinyin Overview

Written by Rosie Wang


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The consonant that begins a syllable is initial (listen torepparttar pronunciation in mp3 format online at http://www.learn-chinese-language-online.com/chinese-pinyin-initials.html) , they can be:

b, p, m, f, d, t, n, l, g, k, h, j, q, x, z, c, s, zh, ch, sh, r, y, w

The rest parts afterrepparttar 139849 initial are finals. Final ( listen torepparttar 139850 pronunciation in mp3 format online at http://www.learn-chinese-language-online.com/chinese-pinyin-finals.html ) can be a single vowel, a combination of vowels, or combination of vowels and nasals 'n' or 'ng':

There are 6 simple finals which are single vowels, they are : a, o, e, i, u, Ł .

The others are compound finals, they are:

ai, ao, ou, ei, ia, ie, iao, iou, ua, uo, uai, uei, Łe,

an, ang, ong, en, eng, in, ing, ian, iang, iong, uen, ueng, uan, uang, Łn, Łan

The combination of 21 initials and 33 finals in Mandarin romanization (there are five more finals, but they sharerepparttar 139851 same symbols as other finals) form about 420 different sounds.

A word consists of initial + final + tone. In some cases,repparttar 139852 initial can be omitted.

Although most ofrepparttar 139853 sounds are generally close to how they are used and pronounced in English, some don't follow English letters exactly and are pronounced differently.

Pay extra attention torepparttar 139854 differences and listen closely to each Chinese sound, it takes practices to pronounce correctly.



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Go to the Head of the Class Ė How to use the Internet for learning and fun

Written by Alvah Parker


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Since I am interested in business topics,repparttar class I chose was called The Powered-Up Practice: Building Your Rolodex and was listed by www.CoachVille.com. The class was an hour long. The two leaders had many wonderful tips onrepparttar 139657 ways to improve networking so that you can create more really meaningful business connections. The next one is on Trends (also free) and I am planning to be on it too.

Sometimesrepparttar 139658 scheduled time forrepparttar 139659 teleclass does not fit your schedule. Oftenrepparttar 139660 leader will recordrepparttar 139661 call and then providerepparttar 139662 audio for sale on his/her website. It is interesting to peruse some sites to see what is available. The www.AwesomeDads.com website has RealAudio and MP3 recordings of their classes.

www.Chabad.org has a sophisticated site for its followers to studyrepparttar 139663 Torah. They did not seem to have teleclasses but their material is provided in a choice of English or Hebrew, real audio, streaming MP3 and downloadable MP3. It also offers many downloadable videos on lots of topics including some for kids.

Have you been so busy at work that you havenít had time to take that course that you want? You are not alone. Our busy lives today make it difficult to schedule a class. Now there is a way to keep up to date or learn something thatís fun and do it inrepparttar 139664 evening, on weekends or on a day off. Whatever your interest you can probably find a class on it somewhere onrepparttar 139665 Internet.

About Alvah Parker Alvah Parker is a Business and Career Coach as well as publisher of Parkerís Points, an email tip list and Road to Success, an ezine. Parkerís Value Program© enables her clients to find their own way to work that is more fulfilling and profitable. Her clients are managers, business owners, sole practioners, attorneys and people in transition. Alvah is found on the web at www.asparker.com. She may also be reached at 781-598-0388.


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