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How to Learn Chinese Language Fast | Chapter 2: Further Basic of Everyday Life
In this chapter of the first series we go through the characters we learned in Chapter 1. This episode will show you further key characters that will form the basis for you to successfully and easily learn Chinese language.
In this chapter of the first series (Chapter 4) I will show you few other key characters that will form the basis for you to successfully and easily learn Chinese language. This time we handle numbers and few techniques to quickly and easily grasp Chinese counting system.
This chapter of the first series (Chapter 5) addresses all about the key strokes that form the characters. You will get an insight into Chinese Calligraphy, the essential tools for writing and the proper way to hold your brush when writing.
In this chapter of the first series (Chapter 6) we will learn about directions. I will show you few key characters that will form the basis for you to successfully and easily learn Chinese language. If you look at Chinese language as a code system, deciphering this code is key to successfully grasp the language. That’s why we go back to the meaning behind the characters, what they mean in everyday life.
In this chapter of the first series (Chapter 7) you will learn about the key characters describing Weather and Agriculture since both are connected You will master both the writing and pronunciation.
In this chapter of the first series (Chapter 8) you will learn about the key characters describing important animals in the Chinese Zodiac system. You will master both the writing and pronunciation.
In this video of the first series (Chapter 10) you will learn about the key characters describing measurements. You will understand why a measurement like 一斤（500g) is commonly used in mainland China.
In this Chapter 11 I will show you few other key characters that will form the basis for you to successfully and easily learn Chinese language. Today we will learn about tree and the associated characters with tree. You will see the difference between 末(mo) which means “end” or “not important” and 未 (wei) which means future. As a bonus we will introduce the 米(rice) and the different kinds as well as the best way to use these kinds of rice especially with a rice cooker.
Many characters that are used on a regular basis literally find their roots from roots. Be it grass roots, bamboo, wheatetc, Chinese characters that you encounter everyday have their background in these plants.
This chapter is about Characters linked to simple parts of the body. we explore the origins of the characters so that in the future it becomes easier to guess the meaning of new characters.
In this chapter we will explore some of the verbs that are used the most in Chinese language. We go back to the origin of the verbs so that we provide a great way for you to learn the basis and therefore save lot of time in the long run.
Chinese are very passionate about food. They write poems about food; use food to create idioms (see blog post: How To Make The Perfect Egg Fried Rice) and can even be identified based on the types of food they eat. Therefore in this video you will learn key characters describing food elements, how to learn Chinese language fast and more importantly why strong foundation is THE KEY when it comes to learning. You can also check some easy recipe that Chinese people love and that you can cook at home.
Chinese language is easy if you understand the origins of the characters. It’s like a jigsaw puzzle game where the origins are the most important rule. In this chapter we will explore the ways you relate to yourself and other people in your family.
The 6 W’s of English question styles are all different words. However, in basic mandarin Chinese, if you have learned one word 什shén 么me which means “what”, then you can almost say all the other questions.
A critical point to understand even with basic mandarin, is that chinese is different from the other phonetic languages. Indeed, Chinese characters only has one syllabus. In order to have a good sense of rhythm, Chinese words, phrases and idioms are always made of two or 4 characters. Therefore, Chinese words or phrases often have double syllables or 4 syllables. There are few ways to form a Chinese word, phrase and idiom.
This chapter is the last of the series of 250 Chinese characters I offer. We will learn the origins and how to use the following chinese characters: 学习 – 书写 – 车 国家 – 房屋 – 汉，汗 人民 – 如果 – 但是 -可能
Chinese pronunciation is the basic part of mastering mandarin Chinese. If you want to learn this language well, it is necessary to lay a good foundation about Chinese pronunciation from the beginning.