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Index of Chinese Phrases and Vocabulary
with mp3 audio pronunciations and related video instruction lesson


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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pī, pí, pǐ, pì

first tune

quantify the number of horses

criticize
batch of goods or people

criticize; criticism
comment; animadversion

批評

pī píng

criticize

review; criticize

píng

chop with ax or big sword

thunderclap
sudden peal of thunder

thunderbolt; crack of thunder

霹靂

pī lì

thunderclap

sudden peal of thunder

Chinese characters also pronunced


second tune

skin; leather

tired

tired; tiredness
weary; fatigue

疲勞

pí láo

tired

exhausted

láo

spleen (organ)

disposition
temper; temperament

脾氣

pí qì

spleen

air; spirit

Chinese characters also pronunced



third tune

ruffian; riffraff

evil; bad luck; disadvantage

extreme sorrow turns to joy
After extreme bad luck, comes good luck.

(Chinese idiom)

否極泰來

pǐ jí tài lái

bad luck

extreme

safe and tranquil

tài

come

lái

Chinese characters also pronunced


fourth tune

fart

analogy; example
give an example

develop; establish; open up

Chinese characters also pronunced

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