пятница, 14 июля 2017 г.

检 jiǎn ‘check’

汉字分解 Decomposition of the Chinese Character    jiǎn  ‘check’ 

 mù  tree,
 shí  ten,
 yī one,
 gǔn  line,
 bā  eight,
 qiān  sign,
𠆢  rén  man,
 yī  one,
 xiǎo  small,
 zhǔ  dot,
 zhǔ  dot,
丿  piě  slash,
 yī  one,

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суббота, 17 июня 2017 г.

“The Chinese Numerals for Businessmen” by Polina Shinkina

The textbook “The Chinese Numerals for Businessmen” by Polina Shinkina gives the learners clear understanding of the numerals from 1 to 1 000 000.

The six lessons of this textbook include exercises on arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

All exercises are preceded by examples and patterns in the lessons and followed by answers at the end of the textbook. Such lessons composition makes the process of learning comfortable and friendly.

This textbook can be used by self-learners and in all educational institutions as a supplementary teaching tool.

вторник, 6 июня 2017 г.

About Textbook “The Chinese Business Emails Samples&Wording”

Polina Shinkina has just self-published 17th Chinese textbook “The Chinese Business Emails Samples&Wording”! Enjoy learning!

Different in size six awesome email letter samples included into this textbook form clear understanding of the Chinese modern email correspondence.

The letters highlight marketing, commercial, export, advertising, terms of payment and express delivery subjects and can be used as the email templates in the daily office international correspondence.

This textbook is designed for a wide range of learners. It also can be used by the Chinese language teachers as a part of their Chinese business writing programs.

The Chinese Business Emails Samples&Wording

среда, 10 мая 2017 г.

The Successful Method for Teaching the Chinese Writing

During my teaching practice I have seen many students from different countries who sincerely exclaimed: “At last I have started understanding the Chinese characters!”

The Chinese language is one of the simpliest world’s languages in terms of grammar. Speaking and tones are also relatively simple.

The most difficult aspect of the Chinese language is writing. What should be done to teach students effectively? What is the right and shortest way to solid writing skills? How to turn the difficult into the simple?

My answer to all is the Chinese character decomposition. It is the only teaching tool which makes the Chinese characters understandable and fills the writing process with delighted easiness.

In fact, is there a simplier method for teaching the Chinese characters other than the Chinese character decomposition:

汉字分解 Decomposition of the Chinese Character    bīn  ‘visitor’

 mián roof,
 zhǔ dot,
 mì cover,
 bīng army,
 qiū grave,
 hǎn cliff,
 yī one,
 gǔn line,
 yī one,
 bā eight,   


I wish great success to all Chinese language teachers and learners!