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Best Pinyin podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Pinyin podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The Analects, or Lunyu (simplified Chinese: 论语; traditional Chinese: 論語; pinyin: Lún Yǔ; literally "Classified/Ordered Sayings"), also known as the Analects of Confucius, are considered a record of the words and acts of the central Chinese thinker and philosopher Confucius and his disciples, as well as the discussions they held. Written during the Spring and Autumn Period through the Warring States Period (ca. 475 BC - 221 BC), the Analects is the representative work of Confucianism and cont ...
 
Kids Chinese Podcast is designed for kids from 5 years old up and adults to learn Mandarin Chinese. This Chinese course helps you to learn Chinese listening and speaking via podcast, and Chinese reading and writing via podcast lesson transcript, exercise worksheet, online exercises and quizzes. Lessons’ topics are designed using practical dialogues starting with the topics on kids’ daily life in the United States while you receive systematic training on Chinese listening, speaking, reading a ...
 
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In this episode, we will learn: how to voice the nasal finals ending in “n”: an, en, uan, uen, ian, in, üan, ün; how to voice the nasal finals ending in “ng”: ang, eng, ong, uang, ueng, iang, ing, iong; the writing rule when Group 4 finals combine with the initials j, q, x; the abbreviation rule for uen; how to differentiate the finals uan and üan,…
 
In this episode, we will learn: how to voice the initials (j, q, x); how to get the ju, qu, xu sounds from ji, qi, xi; how to voice the finals (ia, iao, ie, iou, üe); the abbreviation of iou when it is used with initials; five new Mandarin words: xièxiè, xi?oji?, sh?uj?, píji?, yóutiáo; and the combinations between these initials and the finals.…
 
In this podcast, we will practice the following pinyin combinations: bai, bei, bao pai, pei, pao, pou mai, mei, mao, mou fei, fou dai, dei, dao, dou, duo, dui tai, tao, tou, tuo, tui nai, nei, nao, nou, nuo lai, lei, lao, lou, luo gai, gei, gao, gou, gua, guo, guai, gui kai, kei, kao, kou, kua, kuo, kuai, kui hai, hei, hao, hou, hua, huo, huai, hui…
 
In this episode, we will learn: how to voice the six basic finals (a, o, e, u, i, ü); how to voice the first set of initials (b, p, m, f); how to voice the second set of initials (d, t, n, l); how to voice the third set of initials (g, k, h); the combinations between these initials and finals; and how these finals are written and voiced when used w…
 
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