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Index of Chinese Phrases and Vocabulary
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The following video demonstrates each syllable of the pinyin structure
and the exercise of pinyin/zhuyin with basic Chinese 4-tune pronunciation

Mandarin pinyin tunes
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biān, bián, biǎn, biàn

first tune

biān

knit; weave

biān

editing; compilation

編輯

biān jí

edit

biān

collect

side; edge

biān

left-hand side

左邊

zuǒ biān

left (side)

zuǒ

side; edge

biān

right-hand side

右邊

yòu biān

right (side)

yòu

side; edge

biān

Chinese characters also pronunced biān


third tune

biǎn

flat

biǎn

flat

扁平

biǎn píng

flat

biǎn

level

píng

Chinese characters also pronunced biǎn


fourth tune

biàn

handy; convenient

便

biàn

convenient; convenience

方便

fāng biàn

method; way

fāng

handy; convenient

便

biàn

change; transform

biàn

alter; change

改變

gǎi biàn

change; correct

gǎi

change

biàn

tell apart

biàn

differentiate; tell apart

辨別

biàn bié

tell apart

biàn

difference

bié

argue; debate

biàn

debate

辯論

biàn lùn

argue; debate

biàn

discuss

lùn

Chinese characters also pronunced biàn

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