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Decomposition of the Chinese Character 齉 nàng ‘snuffle, twang, speak through one’s nose’ (36 strokes)

Decomposition of the Chinese Character  齉  nàng ‘snuffle, twang, speak through one’s nose’ (36 strokes),

 

鼻  bí nose,

自 zì self,

丿 piě slash,

目 mù  eye,

冂 jiōng down box,

三 sān three,

一 yī one,

二 èr two,

 

畁  bì give, allow,

由  tián field,

囗 wéi enclosure,

冂 jiōng down box,

十 shí ten,

一 yī one,

丨 gǔn line,

一 yī one,

 

兀  yóu lame,

一 yī one,

儿 ér boy,

丿 piě slash,

乚 yǐ second,

 

囊  náng bag, pocket,

 

一 yī one,

中  zhōng centre,

口 kǒu mouth,

冂 jiōng down box,

一 yī one,

丨 gǔn line,

 

冖 mì cover,

吅  xuān sue, argue,

口 kǒu mouth,

冂 jiōng down box,

一 yī one,

口 kǒu mouth,

冂 jiōng down box,

一 yī one,

 

井  jǐng well,

一 yī one,

廾 gǒng two hands,

一 yī one,

丿 piě slash,

丨 gǔn line,

 

衣 yī clothing (reduced radical without丶 zhǔ ‘dot’),

亠 tóu lid,

丶 zhǔ dot,

一 yī one,

匚 fāng right open box,

一 yī one,

丿 piě slash,

Synonyms: Structural analysis of the Chinese characters, Breakdown of the Chinese characters, Chinese characters split.

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What People Say about Chinese Character Decomposition

 

Craig Kiessling I *really* like this logic – especially as a traditional Chinese martial arts teacher – as it’s similar logic for true understanding and applicable foundation knowledge.

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The Innovative Principles of Teaching Mean Successful Recruitment of New Students

The Chinese character decomposition is a new, very efficient and innovative method of learning and teaching the Chinese characters.

Though this method is very simple, it helps to achieve astonishing educational records.

Those students who learnt the Chinese characters with the help of decomposition and analysis easily memorize and write them without any difficulty.

Nowadays everyone looks for innovative and talented Chinese language teacher who can make miracles to his students – teach easily and quickly.

If students are happy with the teaching principles they will advertise and promote their alma mater with all their efforts.

Why not to use such perfect advertising resource for educational institution?

Please see how smooth and pleasant is the process of the Chinese character decomposition:

Decomposition of the Chinese Character   格 gé,‘standard’,

木  mù tree,

十  shí ten,

一  yī one,

丨  gǔn line,

八  bā eight,

各  gè every,

夂  zhǐ go,

丿  piě slash,

又  yòu again,

口  kǒu mouth,

冂  jiōng down box,

一  yī one,

木十一丨八各 夂丿又口冂 一

Synonyms: Structural analysis of the Chinese characters, Breakdown of the Chinese characters, Chinese characters split.

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Decomposition of the Chinese Character 到 dào ‘to arrive’

至  zhì arrive,

一  yī one,

厶  sī private,

土  tǔ earth,

十  shí ten,

一  yī one,

丨  gǔn line,

一  yī one,

刂  dāo knife,

 

至一厶土十一丨一刂

Synonyms: Structural analysis of the Chinese characters, Breakdown of the Chinese characters, Chinese characters split.

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Decomposition of the Chinese Character 需 xū, ‘need’

Decomposition of the Chinese Character 需 xū, ‘need’,

⻗  yǔ rain,

一  yī one,

冖  mì cover,

丨  gǔn line,

⺀  èr two,

而  ér but,

一  yī one,

丿  piě slash,

冂  jiōng down box,

丨  gǔn line,

丨  gǔn line,

 

⻗  一 冖 丨 ⺀  而 一 丿 冂  丨 丨

Synonyms: Structural analysis of the Chinese characters, Breakdown of the Chinese characters, Chinese characters split.

 

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The Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance by Polina Shinkina

 

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The Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance – Giveaway

Decomposition of Chinese characters is becoming more and more popular in different countries in many educational institutions. Many Chinese language teachers use this unique and progressive tool in their principles of teaching.

The unique feature of the Chinese character decomposition is in its simplicity. Once analyzed, Chinese characters become more understandable and easy-to-write.

The vivid example of the Chinese character decomposition’s simplicity – Decomposition of the Chinese Character 高 gāo ‘high’,

亠 tóu lid,

丶 zhǔ dot,

一 yī one,

口 kǒu mouth,

冂 jiōng down box,

一 yī one,

冋 jiǒng bright,

冂 jiōng down box,

口 kǒu mouth,

冂 jiōng down box,

一 yī one,

亠丶一口冂 一冋冂口冂 一

Synonyms: Structural analysis of the Chinese characters, Breakdown of the Chinese characters, Chinese characters split.

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A Successful Tool for the Chinese Language Teachers and Learners

The Chinese character decomposition is applied for the sake of teaching purposes. When a Chinese character is broken down to simple radicals and components it looks more understandable to the Chinese language learner. In these components the learner has a kind of associative links with the Chinese character.

It is a fact, that if we do not clearly understand something, our mind rejects these things for memorization. If we understand the structure of the Chinese character up to the final component it will be a true guarantee that the character properly understood and memorized.

Consequently, the Chinese language learner saves a huge amount of time learning how to write the character.

The Chinese character decomposition has been tested in the classroom with my students within many years of my teaching practice. Solid academic scores among my students was the result of the Chinese character decomposition applied as the main teaching method. It always gave a 100% of the students’ study success.

Indeed, what can be simplier and more understandable than decomposition of the Chinese character 名 míng ‘name’!

夕 xī evening

ク dāo knife

丶 zhǔ dot

口 kǒu mouth

冂 jiōng down box

一 yī one

夕ク丶口冂 一

Another perfect Chinese character decomposition example – Decomposition of the Chinese character  你  nǐ ‘you’:

亻 rén man

尔 ěr you

冖 mì cover

小 xiǎo small

亅 jué hook

八 bā eight

亻尔冖小亅八

Using Chinese character decomposition as the teaching tool will always guarantee a sound pedagogical and academic success both for teachers and the Chinese language learners!

The Chinese Character Decomposition: The Technological Process

The Chinese character decomposition is very understandable in its nature and serves for the purpose ‘make simple from complicated’.

 

If we take the Chinese character 门 mén ‘gate’, consisting of 3 strokes, everyone can easily break it down to simple radicals:

 

丶 zhǔ dot,

丨 gǔn line,

㇆ yǐ second,

 

What if we have to decompose a more complicated character, for example 齉  nàng ‘snuffle, twang, speak through one’s nose’, consisting of 36 strokes?

 

Nothing difficult. We keep again the main principle of the Chinese character decomposition process ‘make simple from complicated’!

 

A quick review of the character 齉  nàng ‘snuffle, twang, speak through one’s nose’ shows that it consists of a radical and a character:

 

  1. Radical – 鼻 bí ‘nose’14 strokes
  2. Character – 囊 náng ‘bag, pocket’ – 22 strokes

 

We have to take into consideration that the Chinese radical鼻  bí ‘nose’ includes one rare component – 畁  bì ‘give, allow’.

 

The Chinese character 囊  náng ‘bag, pocket’ also includes one rare component – 吅  xuān ‘sue, argue’.

 

Having done such structural analysis of the Chinese character 齉  nàng ‘snuffle, twang, speak through one’s nose’, the rest we have to do is to decompose each component into simple Chinese radicals and components. I repeat not into strokes but into the Chinese radicals and components.

 

Thus, the overall decomposition of the Chinese character 齉  nàng ‘snuffle, twang, speak through one’s nose’ looks like the following:

 

齉  nàng ‘snuffle, twang, speak through one’s nose’,

 

鼻  bí nose,

自 zì self,

丿 piě slash,

目 mù  eye,

冂 jiōng down box,

三 sān three,

一 yī one,

二 èr two,

 

畁  bì give, allow,

由  tián field,

囗 wéi enclosure,

冂 jiōng down box,

十 shí ten,

一 yī one,

丨 gǔn line,

一 yī one,

 

兀  yóu lame,

一 yī one,

儿 ér boy,

丿 piě slash,

乚 yǐ second,

 

囊  náng bag, pocket,

 

一 yī one,

中  zhōng centre,

口 kǒu mouth,

冂 jiōng down box,

一 yī one,

丨 gǔn line,

 

冖 mì cover,

吅  xuān sue, argue,

口 kǒu mouth,

冂 jiōng down box,

一 yī one,

口 kǒu mouth,

冂 jiōng down box,

一 yī one,

 

井  jǐng well,

一 yī one,

廾 gǒng two hands,

一 yī one,

丿 piě slash,

丨 gǔn line,

 

衣 yī clothing (reduced radical without丶 zhǔ ‘dot’),

亠 tóu lid,

丶 zhǔ dot,

一 yī one,

匚 fāng right open box,

一 yī one,

丿 piě slash,

 

 

A lot of components, isn’t it? Now we understand all the components. And writing of the Chinese character  齉  nàng ‘snuffle, twang, speak through one’s nose’ is not a problem for us any more: we just need to remember the sequence of the components!

 

The Chinese character decomposition saves a huge amount of time learning how to write a Chinese character!

 

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