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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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pāi, pái, pǎi, pài

first tune

pāi

pat; clap
hit with palm

pāi

applaud; clap hands

拍手

pāi shǒu

pat; clap

pāi

hand

shǒu


second tune

pái

row; line
arrange; put in order

pái

line up; arrange in a line

排隊

pái duì

line; arrange

pái

line; team

duì

arrange; arrangement
fix something up; map something out

安排

ān pái

set; install

ān

arrange

pái

brand; trademark
plaque; plate; tablet
cards of games; playing cards

pái

nameplate; name tag
famous brand; well-known brand

名牌

míng pái

name; fame

míng

brand; trademark

pái

gold medal

金牌

jīn pái

gold

jīn

plate; tablet

pái

play cards; card playing

玩牌

wán pái

play

wán

playing cards

pái

Chinese characters also pronunced pái


fourth tune

pài

assign; dispatch; send a person
branch; division; clique; faction

pài

Chinese characters also pronunced pài

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