Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Chinese Language Learning Program Lesson 157 – Some Chinese characters that are easily misidentified
Chinese Language Learning Program
Lesson 157– Some Chinese characters that are easily misidentified
Hello, everyone. Welcome back. This is Baixue’s Chinese Language Learning Program. Last time we talked about how to use “一下” in Chinese. Today, we will talk about some Chinese characters that are easily misidentified.
(bear; can / be able to)
pīng pāng qiú
乒 乓 球(table tennis; ping-pong ball)
(by, from; shell; nail; armor; first)
(towel ; scarf / currency ; money; coin)
(soldier / mound; hillock; hill)
kǒu huí tián
口 回 田
(mouth / back; return / field)
(sun; day / eye; item)
From the characters above, we can see that some Chinese characters are really easily misidentified. So, when you learn these Chinese characters, you will have to know which one is which one.
Ok, that is all for today.
谢 谢 ! (Thanks!)
xià cì jiàn
下 次 见! (See you next time!)