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Chinese Pinyin

The phonics system for Mandarin Chinese characters is called Pinyin. Pinyin alphabet is used to pronounce Chinese.

A syllable in Chinese is composed of an initial, which is a consonant that begins the syllable, and a final (vowel), which covers the rest of the syllable.

Chinese is a tonal language. Mandarin Chinese has four pitched tones and a "toneless" tone. Different tones make different meaning.

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Chinese Characters

Chinese characters are used in the writing of Chinese. They are called 汉字(hanzi) in Chinese. It is believed that Chinese characters are the oldest continuously-used system of writing in the world.

You will see Chinese Characters in Chinese words, phrases, and sentences. Radicals are the component of Chinese characters while strokes are the basic elements of radicals.

Chinese Grammar

Mandarin Chinese grammar is considered as the easiest one in the world.

One key feature of Chinese grammar is that all words have only one grammatical form. Chinese nouns do not have articles, such as "the" and "a/an" in English, nor do they have a plural form. Only one form of each verb exists, this makes memorizing "conjugation tables" unnecessary.

Basic Sentences
Word Order
In normal Chinese declarative sentences, word order is the same as that of normal English declarative sentences, namely, subject – verb – object (SVO). There are other types of word order appearing in more complicated structures.

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