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    • Tough sounds r- (phrases)  + (English-speakers needs dedicate practice to master the r- initial sound.)
    • Tough sounds -e (phrases)  + (Even at the intermediate level, most learners benefit from extra practice of the Mandarin "e" sound.)
    • Tone changes for "yi"  + (For example: 一个 (yígè), 一样 (yíyàng), 一起 (yìqǐ))
    • Tone pair 4-3  + (For example: 一起 (yīqǐ), 下雨 (xiàyǔ), 电脑 (diànnǎo))
    • Tone pair 4-2  + (For example: 上学 (shàngxué), 问题 (wèntí), 去年 (qùnián))
    • Tone pair 4-1  + (For example: 上班 (shàngbān), 蛋糕 (dàngāo), 一些 (yīxiē))
    • Tone changes for "bu"  + (For example: 不是 (bú shì), 不对 (bú duì), 不要 (bú yào))
    • Tone pair 1-1  + (For example: 今天 (jīntiān), 星期 (xīngqī), 咖啡 (kāfēi))
    • Tone pair 3-4  + (For example: 以后 (yǐhòu), 早饭 (zǎofàn), 好看 (hǎokàn))
    • Tone changes for third tones  + (For example: 你好 (níhǎo), 很好 (hén hǎo), 可以 (kéyǐ))
    • Tone pair 3-3  + (For example: 你好 (nǐhǎo), 很好 (hěn hǎo), 有点 (yǒudiǎn))
    • Tone pair 2-0  + (For example: 便宜 (piányi), 麻烦 (máfan))
    • Tone pair 4-0  + (For example: 去吧 (qù ba), 到了 (dào le), 漂亮 (piàoliang))
    • Tone pair 1-4  + (For example: 因为 (yīnwèi), 说话 (shuōhuà), 工作 (gōngzuò))
    • Tone pair 1-3  + (For example: 多少 (duōshǎo), 喝酒 (hējiǔ), 机场 (jīchǎng))
    • Tone pair 2-3  + (For example: 如果 (rúguǒ), 苹果 (píngguǒ), 朋友 (péngyǒu))
    • Tone pair 3-1  + (For example: 已经 (yǐjīng), 喜欢 (xǐhuan), 手机 (shǒujī))
    • Tone pair 2-2  + (For example: 平时 (píngshí), 流行 (liúxíng), 无聊 (wúliáo))
    • Tone pair 3-2  + (For example: 很忙 (hěn máng), 以前 (yǐqián), 有名 (yǒumíng))
    • Tone pair 2-1  + (For example: 昨天 (zuótiān), 明天 (míngtiān), 回家 (huíjiā))
    • Tone changes for multiple consecutive third tones  + (For example: 法语也有语法)
    • Tone pair 4-4  + (For example: 现在 (xiànzài), 重要 (zhòngyào), 电话 (diànhuà))
    • Tone pair 1-2  + (For example: 突然 (tūrán), 加油 (jiāyóu), 空调 (kōngtiáo))
    • Tone pair 1-0  + (For example: 舒服 (shūfu), 清楚 (qīngchu), 知识 (zhīshi))
    • Tone pair 3-0  + (For example: 走吧 (zǒu ba), 跑啊 (pǎo a), 买了 (mǎi le))
    • Tone pair 2-4  + (For example: 还是 (háishì), 然后 (ránhòu), 不错 (bùcuò))
    • Tough sounds x-sh-, q-ch-, j-zh- (phrases)  + (Hopefully the x-, q-, and -j initials are less foreign foreign now, But they undoubtedly still need practice!)
    • Tone change rules  + (If you know all 4 tones (plus the neutral tone), then it's time to learn the three big rules about when these tones regularly change.)
    • Tough sounds -ou-uo (phrases)  + (If you still occasionally get your "ou" and "-uo" vowel sounds mixed up, then it's time to master them.)
    • The "i" vowel  + (In pinyin, "i" makes more than just one sound. Be sure to learn in what syllables it sounds different.)
    • Tough sounds -ü-u (phrases)  + (Intermediate learners should no longer be deceived by the "stealth ü" vowel, but often still need practice with it.)
    • Tone pairs  + (It's not enough to know the tones; you need to PRACTICE them in each combination, until it becomes second nature.)
    • Pinyin chart  + (Learn all the sounds and individual syllables that make up all the words in Mandarin Chinese.)
    • Tough sounds c-s-z-  + (Not all learners struggle with them, but the c- and z- initials can be tricky for some.)
    • Easy sounds  + (Not all sounds in Mandarin are hard! This part covers "p", "m", "f", "d", "t", "n", "l", "s", "g", "k", "h".)
    • The "ü" vowel  + (Not the same as "u", the "ü" sound might be familiar if you speak French or German, but it doesn't exist in English.)
    • Introduction to pinyin  + (Some background information about pinyin for absolute beginners. HINT: pinyin was not created as a pronunciation guide for foreigners!)
    • Tough sounds -un (phrases)  + (Sometimes the "-un" sound can still trip people up, even at the intermediate level.)
    • The "j" "q" and "x" sounds  + (The "j", "q", and "x" sounds are all foreign to speakers of English, but absolutely essential to master for good Chinese pronunciation.)
    • The "o" and "u" vowels  + (The "o" and "u" vowels in Chinese aren't quite as straightforward as one might hope, and the two get confused a bit, so it's useful to learn them together.)
    • Tough sounds -ou-uo  + (The "ou" and "-uo" vowel sounds aren't difficult, but they're easy to mix up.)
    • Tough sounds -an-ang  + (The -an and -ang finals aren't too bad by themselves, but how they're pronounced can vary a bit depending on what comes before them.)
    • Tough sounds -e  + (The Mandarin "e" sound, although not entirely alien to English speakers, does take some practice to get right consistently.)
    • Tough sounds -uan  + (The key here is knowing when you're dealing with the "ü" vowel and when you're dealing with the "ü" vowel.)