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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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qīng, qíng, qǐng, qìng

first tune

qīng

clear; clean up

qīng

clear; obvious

清楚

qīng chǔ

clear

qīng

clear; tidy

chǔ

light weight

qīng

light and weighty

輕,重

qīng zhòng

light weight

qīng

heavy; weighty

zhòng

Chinese characters also pronunced qīng



second tune

qíng

sentiment; affection

qíng

feelings; sentiments

感情

gǎn qíng

feel; sense

gǎn

sentiment; affection

qíng

clear sky; cloudless

qíng

sunny day

晴天

qíng tiān

clear sky; cloudless

qíng

sky, day

tiān

Chinese characters also pronunced qíng


third tune

qǐng

treat someone a meal or drink

qǐng

treat someone to a meal

請客

qǐng kè

treat

qǐng

guest

Chinese characters also pronunced qǐng


fourth tune

qìng

celebrate

慶, 庆

qìng

celebrate birthday

慶生

qìng shēng

celebrate

qìng

birth; born

shēng

Chinese characters also pronunced qìng

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