By Philip Yungkin Lee, Darell Tibbles
This is a useful examine consultant for studying simple chinese language characters.
250 crucial chinese language Characters quantity 1 is a moment variation, thoroughly revised and with 50 percentage new fabric. that includes a brand new layout; assistance for mastery all through; routines in AP-exam structure; innovative overview sections; and several other indices, this quantity is an important studying instrument for somebody attracted to Chinese.
• grasp each one character's radical, stroke count number and meaning
• develop in skillability via studying compound words
• instance sentences exhibit how one can use them in context
• assessment actions make stronger your leaning progress
• important writing publications and perform grids for each character
After learning this publication including its better half, 250 crucial chinese language Characters, quantity 2, you'll have realized 500 of an important characters in chinese language, and millions of phrases during which they seem. no matter if you're new to chinese language or coming again for evaluate, every one of those 250 characters will give you how you can enhance your chinese language talents.
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Jen, Abbot, Taoist priest of the Yen-kung Temple in Lin-ch’ing to whom Wang Hsüan recommends Ch’en Ching-chi as a disciple; dies of shock when threatened with arrest in connection with the latter’s whoremongering. Jen, Abbot’s acolyte. Jen Hou-ch’i, Dr. Jen, physician in Ch’ing-ho who treats Li P’ing-erh and Hsi-men Ch’ing without success, friend of Han Ming-ch’uan. Jen T’ing-kuei, assistant magistrate of Ch’ing-ho. Ju-i. See Chang Ju-i. Juan the Third, dies of excitement in the act of making love to Miss Ch’en in the Ksitigarbha Nunnery during an assignation arranged by Nun Hsüeh.
Ch’e Tan, Hogwash Ch’e, a dissolute young scamp upon whom Hsi-men Ch’ing turns the tables by abusing the judicial system. Ch’e Tan’s father, proprietor of a wineshop in Ch’ing-ho. Ch’en An, servant in Ch’en Ching-chi’s household. Ch’en, Battalion Commander, resident on Main Street in Ch’ing-ho from whom Hsi-men Ch’ing declines to buy a coffin after the death of Li P’ing-erh. Ch’en Cheng-hui (fl. early 12th century), son of Ch’en Kuan, surveillance vice-commissioner of education for Shantung. Ch’en Ching-chi, secondary male protagonist of the novel, son of Ch’en Hung, husband of Hsi-men Ta-chieh, son-in-law of Hsi-men Ch’ing who carries on a running pseudo-incestuous affair with P’an Chin-lien that is consummated after the death of Hsi-men Ch’ing; falls out with Wu Yüeh-niang and is evicted from the household; drives Hsi-men Ta-chieh to suicide; attempts unsuccessfully to shake down Meng Yü-lou in Yen-chou; squanders his patrimony and is reduced to beggary; accepts charity from his father’s friend the philanthropist Wang Hsüan, who induces him to become a monk with the Taoist appellation Tsung-mei, the junior disciple of Abbot Jen of the Yen-kung Temple in Lin-ch’ing; is admitted to the household of Chou Hsiu as a pretended cousin of P’ang Ch’un-mei who carries on an affair with him under her husband’s nose; also has affairs with Feng Chin-pao and Han Ai-chieh, marries Ko Ts’ui-p’ing, and is murdered by Chang Sheng when he is overheard plotting against him.
Hua the Second. See Hua Tzu-hsü. Hua the Third. See Hua Tzu-kuang. Hua-t’ung, page boy in Hsi-men Ch’ing’s household sodomized by Wen Pi-ku. Hua Tzu-hsü, Hua the Second, Nobody Hua, nephew and adopted son of Eunuch Director Hua, husband of Li P’ing-erh, next door neighbor of Hsi-men Ch’ing and member of the brotherhood of ten, patron of Wu Yin-erh and Cheng Ai-hsiang; cuckolded by Li P’ing-erh, who turns over much of his property to Hsi-men Ch’ing, he loses the rest in a lawsuit and dies of chagrin.
250 Essential Chinese Characters (Volume 1, Revised Edition) by Philip Yungkin Lee, Darell Tibbles