How challenging is it to learn Chinese dialects? (Resources (Images…
How challenging is it to learn Chinese dialects?
How to pronounce
e: The mouth is half open, the tongue stays behind, the corner of the mouth is flattened to the sides, and the vocal cords vibrate.
i: The mouth is slightly flattened, the tip of the tongue is against the lower gum, then the tongue should be raised, close to the upper hard palate, and the vocal cords vibrate.
o: The mouth needs to be a round shape, slightly tilted, the tongue should be retracted, the back of the tongue needs to be raised, the tongue stays in the center, and the vocal cords vibrate.
u: The lips are in the shape of a round, protruding into a small hole, the back of the tongue needs to be raised, and the vocal cords vibrate.
a: The mouth is opened naturally , the tongue should be flat, the middle of the tongue should be slightly raised, and the vocal cords should be vibrating.
The order of writing it
Stone carved characters
Called 'square words'
Advantages over pinyin texts
One of the oldest words
Chinese characters for five thousand years