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    How to Learn the Chinese “Alphabet”!: Kangxi Radicals, Chinese Characters, and Six Methods 康熙部首和独体字 (Quizmaster Learn Chinese 学中文 Book 1)

    QUIZMASTER LEARN CHINESE SERIES OF BOOKS; LEARN TO READ CHINESE! Remember when you learned to read? You felt good! Real good! Would you like to feel that good again? Learning to read Chinese will open doors for jobs, romance, education, and culture! Would you like to learn to read Chinese characters? You can learn to read Chinese! Here’s how! 1. Learn the 8 most common brush-strokes which are used to draw all the Chinese characters. 2. Learn the Chinese “alphabet”: it’s big, 214 “letters” called Kangxi Radicals are used to form just about every other Chinese character. But you don’t need to learn tens of thousands of characters, there IS a system! 3. Each Chinese “letter” is a picture or symbol which may also include phonetic clues. Learning the “alphabet” gives you the basics you need to “decode” the more complex characters! 4. Then learn the simple characters, which are NOT compounds of 2 or more of the kangxi radical “letters”. All that is in this neat little book!Once you learn the alphabet characters in this bookand how these simplest basic characters are combined to form more pictures, new symbols, and as phonetic keys for other characterslearning how to read new unknown or complex Chinese characters becomes easy and fun!THERE IS A SYSTEM! YOU CAN LEARN TO READ CHINESE! The Kangxi Radicals are the Chinese “Alphabet”. Out of around 214 images all the other Chinese characters are formed. This book teaches you how to read the basic building blocks used to build all the other Chinese characters.This book presents about 500 Chinese characters explaining what they depict, what it means and why, and how to learn and remember them. “The Journey of 100 miles starts with a single step.” Buy this book. Study this book. Read Chinese! amazon.com/author/quizmaster Read more
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    Pictogram Palace: a Chinese Character Dictionary: Keyed to Hanzi Gong, 汉字宫 the Treasure House of Chinese Characters

    Would you like to learn to read and speak Chinese? Then this video course is for you! Hanzi Gong uses the Shuangfa method to bring Chinese characters to life! You learn what the characters REALLY mean & how the characters are combined to form other characters. YOU Can read Chinese!This is how you learn Chinese: First, you learn the pictograms, which are pictures of literal objects. Second you learn the ideograms, which are symbols of abstract concepts. Third you learn the combined concept characters, where two characters are combined to express a third concept common to both. All these are by sight reading, they are not phonetic.FOURTH AND FINALLY, you learn the pictophonetic characters, which combine at least a phonetic clue with a semantic key.Pictophonetic characters are the greatest amount of characters but are also less frequent than the other characters. You can’t learn or understand them until you’ve learned the other three character classes because they are formed from them!http://tinyurl.com/pictogrampalaceplaylistThis book breaks down Chinese characters into their pictographic, phonetic, and semantic elements. Presented as digital flash cards for easy memorization! Free preview lets you see for yourself! Over 2000 different Chinese characters provides the building blocks for basic Chinese literacy.Learn to read a new language! Impress your colleagues, friends, and family! Learn the language spoken by over a billion people and the world’s fastest rising economic and political power.The world’s oldest writing system, the world’s first civilization, and the world’s most popular language are unlocked for YOU in this simple entertaining book which is keyed as character sequences following the Shuangfa Method for Chinese literacy pioneered in Bai Shuangfa’s (白双发) “Hanzi Gong”. 汉字宫.Learn more at: http://amazon.com/author/quizmaster Also available as a paperback with characters sequentially presented as character groups rather than individually. Color coded to each characters tone. http://tinyurl.com/pictogrampalacepaperback Thank you for reading , I hope you enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed writing it. Will you please consider writing a review? Even just a few words would help others decide if the book is right for them. It’s easy: just click this link and you’ll travel to the Amazon review page for this book where you can make your review. Best regards and thank you in advance! http://www.Amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/write-a-review.html?asin=B07PG5G8DN The mythical Cang Jie, who invented the Chinese characters, is brought to life to teach You! Chinese started out as pictograms: pictures of literal objects! It’s Just pictures! These pictures however became stylized and standardized and simplified to make writing easier. The pictures and symbols of the simplest characters are then combined and recombined to form pictophonetic characters which have have sound clue and lots of symbolid meaning. It’s a great puzzle and real joy because each character has an inner logic that conveys meaning. Chinese is basically sight reading by syllables, and once you understand to start with the pictograms, that it’s all sight readings, and that the phonetic clues are syllables not letters it becomes a wonderful adventure! http://tinyurl.com/pictogrampalace http://tinyurl.com/pictogrampalacepaperbackhttp://tinyurl.com/pictogrampalaceplaylist Read more