(&2) Pronounce ‘ji’

By now you should already know that chinese characters comes in all shapes, and beginners learning mandarin will not be able to read all of them quickly.

Therefore there were a system to romanized the pronunciations, and they are called 汉语拼音 han4 yu3 pin1 yin1. Some of the words are admittedly tough for non-natives to pronounce.

I’d prepared this audio lesson to help (hopefully it did), and I’m sorry if the presentation is not smooth. Click on the icon on the right.

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