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Memorizing Chinese words

There is no right or wrong answer here, it depends on what works best for you. Some people are better at remembering single characters, while some others are better remembering terms. It also depends ...
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Memorizing Chinese words

Which way would be categorically correct? I don't think there is a categorically correct way to learn Chinese characters. Much depends on your language background, your experience in the language, and ...
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Memorizing Chinese words

The best way to learn to speak and read chinese is to learn vocab. Sometimes vocab is a single character, and sometimes longer vocab is shortened to one character casually when context is super clear....
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Memorizing Chinese words

(If the words in the question refer to a class like "吃饭", then I probably didn't digress. ⁽˙³˙⁾ ) In Chinese, a single word can be a single character, or any word with multiple characters, ...
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Is 龘 a contender for "character with the most strokes"?

None of the existing answers are bad, but I want to add an alternate answer, becuase this is a tricky question. Its very easy to list something that is old and not used or unknown meaning to any ...
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Is 龘 a contender for "character with the most strokes"?

Don't foget this guy: 𱁬 But that's more Kanji than Hanzi... 64 stroke Chinese character: 𠔻
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Is 龘 a contender for "character with the most strokes"?

Is 龘 a contender for "character with the most strokes"? no there’s a “unicoded” character u+2a6a5, composed by 4 dragons 😸 further, another “unicoded” character u+3106c is composed by 3 ...
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What is the glyph origins of 襄 and 𤕦?

This is a case that there is no complete answer. Some clues: The 金文 glyph is somehow different than the 篆文 glyph. The 金文 glyph shows a person digging holes and putting seeds in, as well as covering ...
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How many unique glyphs do you need to know to learn Chinese?

Well, average literate adult knows approximately 8-10,000 characters, many of them in that caregory of rarely used//outdated from school studies of old texts etc. Only counting high school education ...
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How many unique glyphs do you need to know to learn Chinese?

214 radicals are required to use dictionary for learning. Traditional Chinese groups all characters according to 214 radicals (simplified uses 189), which are organized based on number of strokes into ...
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