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what are the rules of chinese syllable spelling

What are the rules of Chinese syllable spelling?

(Hanyu Pinyin Scheme) The spelling of Mandarin syllables has the

following specific provisions:

1. The use of y and w

If the vowel of the I line and u line are the syllables, if there is no

other vowel in the syllables except for I, then write y and w in front of

the syllables. If there are other vowels in the syllables, then I will change

the I to y, and u to w, and the final syllable of u will be written in the

front of the syllables, and the two points will be omitted.

2. The use of acoustic symbols

The syllables that begin with a,o, and e are connected to the rest of

the syllables, and if the syllables are confused, they can be separated by

a sound barrier. Xi ‘an is written as xi ‘an, and it is written as ji ‘ang.

3. About iou, uei, uen province write

iou, uei, uen three vowels from syllables, according to y, w use rules,

respectively, you, wei, wen. The three vowels and consonants

consonance spell, the middle of the o, e omitted, omitted after the same

pronunciation such as qiou omitted written

pronunciation. Such as: qiou omitted. Written as qiu, huei omitted e

written hui, cuen omitted e written cun.

4. The two points on ü are omitted

ü line vowels and consonants j, q, x phase fight, u on the two

overemphasized, written u. Because mandarin j, q, x can not be spelled

with u-line vowels, so omission of two points will not lead to misreading.

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