Radicals are the building blocks of Chinese characters. The app uses attractive stroke animations to show you how each radical or character is formed, one stroke at a time. It then invites you to practice writing the radical or character yourself on the touchscreen, and gives you immediate feedback on every stroke you draw.
Three different learning modes--Train, Drill, and Test--take you from your first encounter with each new radical or character through systematic writing practice to a thorough mastery of its structure and stroke order.
This version of the app gets you started with a set of the 24 most frequently used radicals. These 24 radicals form over 2100 basic characters and roughly 2/3 of all the characters used in modern Chinese. Master these basic building blocks, then, and written Chinese suddenly looks a lot less intimidating than it did before!
In addition to the 24 radicals, the app introduces eight common characters based on each radical to illustrate the uses of the radical and help you recognize the clues that radicals often provide to the meanings of characters.
Speed up your Chinese character acquisition by learning the radicals. This set is for the water radical, and you will pick up many characters, such as river, pond, ocean, lake, harbor, bay, wave, source, mud, sweat, juice, soup, oil, wine, steam, flush, wash, immerse, swim, bathe, sink, dissolve, slide, deep, shallow, wet, warm, clear, dirty, thirsty.
Characters included: 水 河 江 池 海 洋 湖 溪 港 湾/灣 洲 漠 洞 浪 潮 流 波 泉 源 泥 沙 汗 泪/淚 液 滴 汁 汤/湯 油 酒 汽 法 沖 洗 浸 泡 游 泳 沐 浴 漂 潜/潛 沉 泊 溶 滑 溜 注 混 活 演 沿 测/測 浓/濃 淡 深 浅/淺 湿/濕 温 清 污 渴 满/滿 沒 渐/漸
This is not a standalone application. Download the free app Monkey Write to use it.
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A Chinese radicals is a graphical component of a Chinese character under which the character is created and listed in a Chinese dictionary. This game is to practice Chinese radicals.
Doms learn Chinese is a game available for free , that can help you achieve that.
It has few games that helps practice and learn Chinese radicals.
You task is to guess meaning of Chinese radical. There are for 4 game types. Adventure, Sapper (one mistake and game over) , Walkthough (you need guess all radicals) and exams.
This game is designed for people who want learn mandarin Chinese , study Chinese online , memorize Chinese characters or people who looking for software to learn mandarin Chinese for kids. It based loosely on mix of word games , scrabble , ruzzle , and flashcards , quiz and guess games.
This game can be played during boring lectures , useless business meetings , travel , vacation and other bizarre situations.
It is an essential tool to improve your vocabulary with useful words , phrases and sentences.
* It has a few games (adventure game , sapper game , exam and walktrough).
* It has comprehensive phrasebook and Chinese Dictionary for all Chinese radicals.
* This application is easy, free, and fun to play. And addictive game to play that helps learn Chinese.
* Thanks to very ugly graphics games look equally rubbish on small old smartphone and big tablets.
* It has few ads but game is free for you , no in-app purashes and etc.
* Game is updated regularly.
WHY I WROTE THIS GAME?
I learn mandarin Chinese ,so I wrote this game to help myself learning Chinese.
My aim is to improve my vocabulary , help my study, gain more from Chinese lessons from books or course with teachers , prepare to hsk (hanyu shuiping kaoshi,汉语水平考试) exams , horoscope , translate , read articles , books , e-book and food menus without using translator for translation , stimulate my brain and etc. if you have similar needs, then my game should be a good choice for you. It should be also useful for people who learn Chinese for business and travel purposes.
Don't be shy. Press 'email developer' and send your opinion about what you like , what you hate. I will answer asap (as soon as possible).
I think learning Chinese is hard, but only learning to read it, should be a lot simpler. Pronunciation and learning words is just hard for people from completely different languages. However, learning the meaning of the Chinese characters should be relatively simple, especially if you forego how to write them.
Under the hood in will keep a set of 30 or so characters it is working on for you. If you know a radical directly, i.e. by typing it, you get one point. If you do not know the radical at first, you can press the go button without entering anything and you get a multiple choice. If you get the right one here, you get zero points. If you do not get it right you get -1 points. The points are added to your score for this radical. As soon as you have three points, the radical is thrown out of the current active set and replaced with a random new one.
It's like a quiz. Actually it's a flashcards.
UI the same for all CoBa.
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Each flashcard has three sides that can be arranged in whichever order you prefer. One side has the Chinese character. The second side is the pinyin pronunciation, and the third side is the English translation. The app also shows the other flashcards where either the pronunciation or definition is the same allowing you to see similarities between radicals.
The 214 radicals are separated into five decks, but are also in one large deck so you can go through the whole lot at once. Cards that you are having particular difficulty with can be saved to the difficult deck which will allow you to concentrate your efforts on troublesome cards.
Although the default font sizes should work for most devices, most can be adjusted from the options menu to match your device’s screen. Several different color schemes are available.
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This valuable learning tool will be useful to your studies whether you are a beginner or an advanced learner.
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50 of our top 3200 most commonly seen characters with Simplified and Traditional standard Mandarin pinyin with audio, definitions, radical count, stroke count, four corner and bonus Cantonese pronunciation guides in Yale and Jyutping, Cangjie.
Spoken Mandarin voice pronunciation by a native-speaking Putonghua professor who has a "putonghua shuiping ceshi" top-level certification.
Our pinyin voice recordings are the most complete in the industry including "fifth tone" sounds and "combined syllable" sounds such as those combining "儿" as a suffix.
Each character includes a list of the seven most commonly used "Usage Examples" complete with definition, pinyin, and Mandarin voice pronunciation.
Option for color-coded Chinese character tones.
Choice of displaying pinyin tones by Tone Marks or Tone Numbers.
"Red Characters" quickly identify where Simplified and Traditional forms are different. Additionally, you can toggle between Simplified and Traditional while viewing the flashcard.
Powerful search system with pinyin wildcard functionality. You can search by pinyin, English, Chinese characters, radicals, stroke count, and even rank number.
Compare function that allows you to compare two characters of your choice side by side.
Audio accounts for tone changes (Tone Sandhi) when specific combination of characters are used together. (ie. 不 and 一 combinations)
Here at WrittenChinese.com, we were among the first Chinese flashcard learning apps and our methods have withstood the test of time. We focus on Mandarin learning, including audio by a native speaker and standard Mandarin Pinyin, however, if you’re interested you can turn on the Cantonese pronunciation guides as well.
As Chinese learners ourselves, we carefully engineered Learn Chinese Characters by WCC to give you the most efficient method to learn Chinese characters and build useful vocabulary.
- Powerful search capabilities for characters, pinyin and English, including wildcards and deep search.
- A details screen with more info about words and characters, including radical, other forms, no. of strokes, decomposition, HSK level.
- Most items are clickable: jump to related words by character, shape, pronunciation, etc.
- Decomposition of characters: See the parts a character is made of, and search by them!
- Classify your words with stars and tags, and search by them.
- A smart flashcard system that asks you questions when needed (spaced repetition).
- Support both simplified and traditional Chinese.
- Copy/paste supported.
NOTE: After installing the application it will download (only once) a 10MB dictionary database. This is done so it doesn't unnecessarily fill you device's internal memory.