FMP Weekly Post 4: Research

Mandagrams – helping to understand written Chinese

(http://johnsonbanks.co.uk/thoughtfortheweek/mandagrams-helping-to-understand-written-chinese/)

It is universally acknowledged that Chinese character comes from hieroglyphic, so I also used pictures to help Chinese learners to study more efficiently. Many book in this area also this technique to help people understand and write Chinese. It is same for every language. We always see the look of a language, and then understand its meaning. Images are always a powerful tool for language study.

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Chinese characters are composed of different sections. Every sections have its special meaning. Simply remembering the whole images is not enough for higher level study. It is critical to divide the character and analyze it separately.

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