By W.Q. Blosh
ARE YOU suffering to profit chinese language?
Perhaps you have got skipped a step, begin studying from the main fundamentals—basic strokes, stroke combinations.
UNSPOKEN ideas OF chinese language CHARACTERS
Gain perception into the Intricacies of chinese language Characters
* Why does a personality glance distorted whilst apparently inside of one other personality?
* Why characters that glance 'identical’ to me are literally varied?
* Does it actually matter if a stroke is written just a little longer or shorter?
* How do I align and mix the strokes so they glance good?
UNCONVENTIONAL approach to study chinese language CHARACTERS
*Apply Geometry to examine chinese language Characters
*Learn via enjoyable and Interactive Puzzles
*Learn fast via Graphics
*What-You-See-Is-What-You-Name: 35 strokes at your finger's tip
DESIGNED FOR ANYONE—WITH OR with none wisdom OF CHINESE
*If you love to doodle, color, do paper-cutting, resolve puzzles... you’ll love this book.
WHAT IS NOVEL during this BOOK
1. employing GEOMETRY TO CHINESE
This ebook boldly utilized options utilized in an unrelated box— geometry to introduce new terminologies to explain gains of characters. just like developing a construction, chinese language characters are created with stability, symmetry and coordination among varied elements in brain. A stroke is tilted at a selected perspective, equipped right into a distinct place and changed to varied lengths with the purpose to create a masterpiece. Geometrical jargons are ideal descriptors of those unnamed features.
2. WHAT-YOU-SEE-IS-WHAT-YOU-NAME: 35 simple STROKES
This booklet fills the lacking hole that different books hardly ever paid awareness to. It makes a speciality of the main simple component—strokes. Skipping this primary studying is like studying English vocabularies with out studying find out how to write the alphabets. during this e-book, the 35 strokes are given names that describe their appearances ... what you spot is what you name!
3. visible LEARNING
Usually chinese language characters are proven in black and feature stick-like visual appeal. it's very tricky to appear for transformations during this type of presentation. during this booklet, loads of attempt is spent on showcasing chinese language characters in a distinct mild. This stronger presentation makes adjustments and compositions of characters simply seen. that will help you study systematically and understand the place to target, the visible actions zoom in on particular positive aspects of chinese language characters one at a time.
4. artistic challenge SOLVING
Instead of receiving the information passively, it is important to actively look for a number of how you can resolve the various actions and should be triggered with inquiries to assist you think about what you've gotten learnt.
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