Chinese characters

Chinese characters are the smallest units of Chinese vocabulary. A lot of Chinese characters have radicals. Here are some examples of Chinese characters with radical mouth 口. Learning them is great for kids to understand the structure of Chinese characters and patterns. #Chinese4kids #learnChinese #mandarinChinese #Chineseforkids #Chineseforchildren #Chineseasaforeignlanguage #CSL #MSL

Chinese Characters with Radical Mouth 口

Chinese characters with the same radical many times have something in common. Chinese characters containing “口” (mouth) are often grouped together in the “口” section in Chinese dictionaries and usually involves “mouth”. What is a radical? A Chinese radical is so called 部首 bùshǒu, literally meaning, “section header”. It is sometimes translated as an indexing

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36 Chinese Pictogram Characters

Over time, Chinese characters are developed based on several strategies. Some basic Chinese characters were originally pictograms, or pictographs (象形, literally meaning “form imitation). They symbolize objects or express meanings iconically. Pictogram Chinese characters are easy to recognize as the objects represented in the symbols can be seen as soon as the meaning is revealed.

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