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Quick Guide to Pronunciation of Pinyin Basic Letters - cover

Quick Guide to Pronunciation of Pinyin Basic Letters

Zhao Z.J.

Publisher: China Publishing House Pte Ltd

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This is an epub sound book for learning Pinyin. The Pinyin system is a tool used to represent the modern Chinese characters and their correct pronunciation. It is a phonetic alphabet system that uses the Roman letters to form the basic sounds of Pinyin. It is essential to learn all the basic sounds of Pinyin, as they provide the basis for proper and correct pronunciation of Chinese characters. This book contains all the basic sounds of Pinyin. By going through the book, familiarizing yourself with the structure of a Pinyin, all the letters and special combinations of letters used in Pinyin.and listening to their sounds and tones, a learner can learn Pinyin quickly.

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