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This '''Pinyin Quick Start Guide''' will give you get a good grasp of pinyin with just 10 short articles.
 
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Revision as of 08:41, 19 January 2015

This Pinyin Quick Start Guide will give you get a good grasp of pinyin with just 10 short articles.

The articles (meant to be read in order) are:

  1. Easy sounds
  2. The "a" vowel
  3. The "e" vowel
  4. The "i" vowel
  5. The "o" and "u" vowels
  6. The "c" and "z" sounds
  7. The "ch" "sh" and "zh" sounds
  8. The "r" sound
  9. The "ü" vowel
  10. The "j" "q" and "x" sounds