Chinese Sayings for Practising Pinyin Pronunciations Volume II (H-S) - Zhao Z.J. - E-Book

Chinese Sayings for Practising Pinyin Pronunciations Volume II (H-S) E-Book

Zhao Z.J.

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This is an epub sound book for learning Pinyin. This Volume and the companion volumes I and III are sequels to our guides to learning how to pronounce every Roman letter and special combination of Roman letters that are used to produce all the basic sounds of Pinyin. We select from Chinese literature some of the popular sayings used in Chinese society. In this volume, the first Roman characters of the sayings range from H to S. For each Chinese character in the sayings, we provide the Pinyin, its standard pronunciation and meaning. A learner of the Chinese language can  listen to the sound clip accompanying the character to learn its standard pronunciation, and use these sayings to learn pinyin and its standard pronunciation besides learning about Chinese language and culture. 

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First Edition 2018

Copyright © 2018 by China Publishing House Pte. Ltd, Singapore

E-mail: [email protected]

ISBN 978-981-14-0956-1

Copyright Page

This Volume and the companion volumes I and III are sequels to our guides to learning how to pronounce every Roman letter and special combination of Roman letters that are used to produce all the basic sounds of Pinyin.

We select from Chinese literature some of the popular sayings used in Chinese society. In this volume, the first Roman characters of the sayings range from H to S.

For each Chinese character in the sayings, we provide the Pinyin, its standard pronunciation and meaning. A learner of the Chinese language can use these sayings to learn pinyin and its standard pronunciation besides learning about Chinese language and culture.

Introduction

This book contains a collection of popular sayings used in Chinese society and Chinese literature. Each of the Chinese character in the sayings is accompanied by its Pinyin, pronunciation and meaning.

For practising Pinyin, a learner can take any of the sayings, and go through each character in the saying. For each character, he can listen to the sound clip accompanying the character to learn its standard pronunciation. To remember the pronunciation, the learner has to repeat listening to the sound clip a number of times, and practise what you have heard.

How to use this ebook

Contents

Contents

Cover 1

Copyright Page 2

Introduction 3

How to use this ebook 4

1. Chinese Sayings beginning with H 6

2. Chinese Sayings beginning with J 19

3. Chinese Saying beginning with K 38

4. Chinese Sayings beginning with L 39

5. Chinese Sayings beginning with M 49

6. Chinese Sayings beginning with N 58

7. Chinese Saying beginning with P 68

8. Chinese Sayings beginning with Q 70

9. Chinese Sayings beginning with R 82

10. Chinese Sayings beginning with S 92

1. Chinese Sayings beginning with H

1

hǎo

de

kāi

shǐ

shì

 

 

chéng

gōng

de

bàn

 

Text Translation

A good beginning is a half of success.

Equivalent Meaning

A good start is half of success.

Or A job well started is half done.

Character Pronunciation and Meaning

Pinyin

Character

Meaning

Pronunciation

hǎo

}good

de

kāi

}beginning

shǐ

shì

be

chéng

}success

gōng

de

<function word> of

}half

bàn

2

hǎo

hàn

miàn

qián

kùn

nán

kùn

nán

dāng

zhōng

chū

yīng

xióng

Text Translation

In front of a hero, there is no difficulty confronting him, and in the midst of difficulty, a hero will come out to overcome it.

Equivalent Meaning

There is no difficulty before a hero, and out of difficulties come heroes.

Character Pronunciation and Meaning

Pinyin

Character

Meaning

Pronunciation

hǎo

}hero

hàn

miàn

}in front of

qián

no

kùn

}difficulty

nán

kùn

}difficulty

nán

dāng

}in the midst

zhōng

chū

come out

yīng

}hero

xióng

3

hēi

zhī

qín

xué

zǎo

bái

fāng

huǐ

shū

chí

Text Translation

A young person does not know that he has to study diligently early, then, when he is old, he will regret that it is too late to study.

Equivalent Meaning

A person who fails to study diligently when he is young will find that it is too late to learn when he is old.

Character Pronunciation and Meaning

Pinyin

Character

Meaning

Pronunciation

hēi

}young (with black

hair)

not

zhī

know

qín

diligently

xué

study

zǎo

early

bái

}old (with white

hair)

fāng

then

huǐ

regret

}study

shū

chí

late