Huanying Book 1 Lesson 2 Character Stroke Order Animation

Nǐ – You Hǎo – Good Wǒ – I Shì – To be Lǎo – Old (used in “teacher”) Shī – Master (used in “teacher”) Ne question particle Nín you (formal) Zài – again (used in “goodbye”) Jiàn – to see (used in “goodbye”) Dīng surname 玛 – Mă (Phonetic – used in “Maria”) 丽 – lì (Phonetic – used in […]

How To Pronounce ch, sh, zh and r in Mandarin Chinese

The video above explains clearly how to pronounce the Mandarin Chinese initials ch, sh, zh and r. The final “en” is used, which sounds like the “en” in the English name “Jen”. The first step is to position your tongue correctly. An ease way to do this is to say the word “pleasure”. Take note […]