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Chinese written language is a logographic system in which a unique symbol, character, is used to represent lexical morphemes and each character
As a wonderful production, Chinese character was brought to us through the 5000-year long history and culture of China.
Written Chinese has two levels of morphological structure. One is at the component level and the other is at the word level. At the first level,
Just as in English, words in Chinese are the basic element for a sentence. Words (with no space in between) plus punctuation form a normal
The essence of an extensive approach is that the reason to learn the characters is only to provide the conditions for reading and writing.
Along similar lines, the approach of 谷錦屏 Gu in 天津 Tianjin is to let pre-school children listen to the recitation of texts everyday as a