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Chineasy: The New Way to Read Chinese by Noma Bar, ShaoLan Hsueh

By Noma Bar, ShaoLan Hsueh

Discover ways to learn and write chinese language with Chineasy—a groundbreaking process that transforms key chinese language characters into pictograms for simple remember and comprehension.

Chinese is without doubt one of the oldest written languages, and the most tough to grasp, in particular for Westerners. With Chineasy, studying and analyzing chinese language hasn't ever been easier or extra enjoyable. Breaking down the nice Wall of Language, iShaoLan Hsueh attracts on her entrepreneurial and cultural historical past to create an easy process for speedy realizing the fundamental development blocks of written chinese language. operating with popular illustrator Noma Bar, she transforms chinese language characters into fascinating pictograms which are effortless to remember.

In Chineasy, she teaches the foremost characters, referred to as radicals, which are the language’s starting place, after which exhibits how they are often mixed to shape new phrases or even words. as soon as you’ve mastered those key characters, you could perform your talents with 3 stories—a fairy story, an Asian legend, and a modern fable—told utilizing the radicals.

With Chineasy, readers of every age should be capable of navigate a chinese language menu, learn indicators and billboards, and snatch the that means of such a lot articles in a chinese language newspaper.

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Rest fire moutain dormant volcano ........................................................... ,............................................................................. ......................... _ MOUNTAIN PHRASES 45 "J(. woman (nu3) This character traditionally depicted an outline of a woman kneeling on the floor, showing her obedience to a man.

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