With the fast growth of Chinese economy, the number of people learning Chinese language is increasing rapidly throughout the world. A Handbook for Analyzing Chinese Characters is intended to help those studying Chinese as a second language. It includes 5073 most frequently used Chinese characters in reading and writing. To help learners identify the most important to the least important characters, the 5073 characters are grouped into five different usage levels. Besides, they are formed with pictographic characters, self-indicative characters, compound ideographic characters and radical phonetic characters according to their structures. Each character is described with the property of the character and clarified by an illustrative sentence.Zhifang Ren is a professor of English at China Medical University. He has previously written a book titled A Handbook of Analyzing English Vocabulary published in China. This is his second literary endeavor involving ten years of painstaking research and compilation.The fortune-teller can divine good or ill luck and fortune or misfortune. ... to occupy; to seize; to take by force:AsAs iAsAs5U\ EFT Q [lia xifing bei di rAcn zhon le.] ... The children of the workers and stalf make up the overwhelming majority. .... v. to look to; to think of As]Asaquot;|ia#39;|IJF)fiJE[zl1Gn qion gu hou] phr. to peer ahead and look behind; to think over carefully EEAs[zh(_1n wong] v. to look forward; to look far ahead 853.
|Title||:||A Handbook for Analyzing Chinese Characters|
|Publisher||:||Jain Publishing Company - 2008|