3.55 (22 reviews)
☑ - Know How to write any Chinese Characters in correct stroke order.
☑ - Learn 160 Characters explained.
☑ -Master 300 Vocabularies included, with Best English translation possible.
Chinese Characters are the soul of Chinese culture! What we call Chinese is because the Chinese Characters. Chinese Characters contain information, the unique pictorial language system which survives more than 5000 years and still show its vigour in modern time.
Chinese language contains NO alphabet. It is proved by modern medical that Chinese Characters will use different brain areas in your brain, differs from all alphabetic languages. In other words, learning to recognize Chinese Characters will make you smarts and prevent Alzheimer. Write Chinese is not that hard as you thought! It is drawing! It is a good brain gym exercise for everyone.
"Learn How to Write Chinese Characters in 90 Minutes" courses will guidance you as ZERO beginners to master all the 7 basic rules and 9 more Supplementary Rules.
We will use our unique pictorial Cartoonist illustration to explain all the basic Rules of Chinese Stroke Orders in Part 1. The Flash card approach will elaborate in more details.
There are total 10 videos which will take you 90 Minutes to master all the Rules of Chinese Stroke Orders.
This course is designed for students who are ZERO beginners or who are going to attend Mandarin Chinese GCSE, IGCSE , IB, AP, SAT, HSK 3, HSK 4 examinations.
At the end of my course, students will be able to
- Know How to write any Chinese Characters in correct stroke order.
- Learn 160 Characters explained.
-Master 300 Vocabularies included, with Best English translation possible.
7 Basic Rules
Basic rule 1-3
Basic rule 3A-4
Basic rule 5 - 6
Basic rule 7
Supplementary - Rule 8
Supplementary Rule 9
Supplementary Rules 10, 11A
Supplementary - Rules 11B
Supplementary Rules 11C
I really loved the downloadable worksheets. They helped me write to practice writing Chinese characters in the correct stroke order and also helped me get the correct direction of the stroke