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The simplification has a practical purpose, that is to ease learning and daily use. 辵 is an archaic form that's not used in any modern context. There is no point simplifying it anyway. I doubt that the 简化字小组 ever looked beyond the 4000 most frequently used characters. There are over 50,000 characters that have ever existed, only about 2000 get a simplified ...


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给你说些汉字记法。 艹字为偏旁很多(radical)与植物(botang)有关 例如(such as):草,花,藤蔓,药,菜,茶 氵字为偏旁很多与水(water)有关 例如:渴,河,海,江,没,汹涌,沫,浅 扌字为偏旁很多与手(hand)部动作有关 例如:打,拉,撕,撤,扔,提,捏,推 火字为偏旁很多与火(fire)有关 例如:炎,焰,烧,灼,烫,燃 按偏旁归类的,有很多 而且一些是象形字(glyph) 例如:火,目,日,山,水 ——寻寻觅觅,冷冷清清,凄凄惨惨戚戚。乍暖还寒时候,最难将息,三杯两盏淡酒。怎敌他、晚来风急!燕过也,正伤心,却是旧时相识。 满地黄花堆积,憔悴损,如今有谁堪摘。守着窗儿,独自怎生得黑。梧桐更兼细雨,到黄昏、点点滴滴。这次第,...


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1 After 20 years I still remember my primary school teacher told me these rules to determine which vowel to put accent on in dipthongs: 有a不放过 (If there is a "a", put the accent on it.) 没a找o,e (When there's no "a", put the accent on "o" or "e" if there's it.) i,u并列放在后 (If there are both "i" and "u" then put the vowel on the second one.) Take first tone ...


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The vowel priority rule is as follows: 1 - a 2 - e/o (they neve appear together) 3 - i/u (if they appear together, the last one takes the diacritic) Note that the vowel that takes the diacritic is also the stressed vowel. We must say haaaaaaaao (好), but not haooooooo. Huooooooo (火), but not huuuuuuuo.


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I think there are really two questions here: one about bound and free morphemes, which has already been answered comprehensively, and the other about where to put the tone mark in pinyin. Here’s an answer for that. The rules seem to be as follows: If there is only one vowel, it takes the diacritic. If there is more than one vowel, then the vowels {a}, {e}...



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