Saturday, November 18, 2017

Paperback “The Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance Level 1-2” by Polina Shinkina



The Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance Level 1-2 contains the 584 most commonly used decomposed Chinese characters, splitted by 341 – Level 1 and 243 – Level 2.

The character decomposition is a very important tool for learning and teaching the Chinese characters. The character decomposition shows availability of generally accepted radicals and character components in the Chinese character and does not substitute strokes or the stroke order in each separate Chinese character.

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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Paperback “Signing a Contract” by Polina Shinkina


“Signing a Contract” is a one-topic textbook from the series of the textbooks related to discussion of different aspects of business contract terms in the Chinese language. The textbook contains a number of useful phrases and words which might be used in the process of business negotiations.

The main purpose of this textbook is developing speaking and writing skills by means of studying general questions. The skill of asking questions is very important in business talks with the Chinese trading partners as well as in business correspondence.

The grammar of this textbook contains different types of general questions including general questions with modal verbs and alternative questions. Each exercise includes one type of question and it makes the study process comfortable and easy to memorize.

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

“Purchase and Sales Contract Part 1” by Polina Shinkina

 “Purchase and Sales Contract Part 1” eBook includes five articles which regulate the following legal provisions: object of contract, price of contract, total amount and currency, terms of payment, parties obligations and terms of delivery.

Each article of the contract is followed by a word-for-word translation and list of used characters.

The appendixes include the Chinese-English and the English-Chinese vocabularies of all words used in the eBook, list of used characters and the Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance with all decomposed Chinese characters used in this textbook.



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Thursday, September 14, 2017

22nd Self-Published Chinese Business EBook by Polina Shinkina!


Polina Shinkina has self-published the 22nd Chinese business eBook ‘Terms of Payment’ on www.lulu.com.

‘Terms of Payment’ is an excerpt from Polina Shinkina’s ‘Purchase and Sales Contract Part 1’ eBook. It is designed for a wide range of the Chinese language learners and teachers as a supplementary material in their Chinese business lessons.

This eBook includes the following contract provisions: payment terms, signing a contract, working day, contract clause, contract total amount, violation of contract, bank processing fee, bank account, advanced payment and restitution of payment.

The text of the excerpt is followed by the glossary in the form of a word-for-word translation, list of used characters and the Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance with all decomposed Chinese characters used in this eBook.

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Friday, September 8, 2017

“Business Email Writing for Beginners” by Polina Shinkina

This textbook includes five business email letters written in full compliance with the modern Chinese email correspondence specific requirements.

The correct business email text layout, usage of the exact standard lexicology and stylistics, variety of introduction and closing phrases are undoubtedly an awesome supplement for the Chinese language learners.

The email texts are followed by detailed wordings which facilitate and speed up the learning process.

This textbook is specially designed as a beginning course for the Chinese language learners who are willing to be successfully employed in the area of the international business.

It can also be used by the Chinese language teachers as a supplementary material in the Chinese business writing lessons.



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Sunday, August 27, 2017

汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character 教 jiāo ‘teach’


 xiǎo  be dutiful,
 lǎo  old,
 tǔ  earth,
 shí  ten,
 yī  one,
 gǔn  line,
 yī  one,
丿  piě  slash,
 zǐ  child,
 jué  hook,
 yī  one,
 pū  rap,
丿  piě  slash,
 yī  one,
 yì  stable,

丿 丿

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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character 环 huán ‘surround’


  wáng king,
  yī one,
  tǔ earth,
  shí ten,
  yī one,
  gǔn line,
  yī one,
  bù not,
  yī one,
丿  piě slash,
  bǔ divination,
  gǔn line,
  zhǔ dot,    

王一土十一丨一不一丿卜丨丶

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Monday, August 21, 2017

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汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character 单 dān ‘bill’



  bā eight,
  yuē say,
  jiōng down box,
  èr two,
  shí ten,
  yī one,
  gǔn line,

丷曰冂二 十一丨

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Sunday, July 30, 2017

始 shǐ ‘start’

汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character    shǐ  ‘start’       

 nǚ  woman,
丿  piě  slash,
 yī  one,
 tái  tower,
 sī  private,
 kǒu  mouth,
 jiōng  down box,
 yī  one,

女丿一台厶口冂

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Friday, July 14, 2017

来 lái ‘come’

汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character    lái  ‘come’      

  yī  one,
  mǐ  rice,
  bā  eight,
  mù  tree,
  shí  ten,
  yī  one,
  gǔn  line,
  bā  eight,

一米丷木十一丨八

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Saturday, June 17, 2017

“The Chinese Contract Terms Discussing Price” by Polina Shinkina


This is Unit 3 from Supersonic Price Chinese made in the form of the textbook for the promotional purpose.

The textbook covers the main issues arising in the course of discussing contract financial terms with the Chinese trading partners.

Two sample letters included in this textbook highlight discussion of the contract terms of payment and might be used in your everyday correspondence in the Chinese language connected with the terms of payment.



Tuesday, June 6, 2017


The second edition of Polina Shinkina’s ‘Open the Door to Chinese Book 1’ self-publushed today on www.lulu.com.

The structure of the textbook remained untouched, some changes have been made in the part of the Chinese numerals.

Now the textbook contains samples and answers to the exercises on the Chinese numerals.

All the improvements make ‘Open the Door to Chinese Book 1’ more easy and interesting for self-learning and self-controlling of the learning process.

Mandarin Chinese Textbook for Beginners
Open the Door to Chinese Book 1 by Polina Shinkina



Monday, May 15, 2017

The Chinese Character 界 jiè ‘boundary’

汉字分解 Decomposition of the Chinese Character    jiè  ‘boundary’         

 tiān  field,
 wéi  enclosure,
 jiōng  down box,
 shí  ten,
 yī  one,
 gǔn  line,
 yī  one,
 jiè  introduce,
𠆢  rén  man,
丿  piě  slash,
 gǔn  line,

田囗冂十一丨一介 𠆢 丿丨

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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character 笔 bǐ ‘pen’


 zhú bamboo,
丿  piě slash,
 zhǔ dot,
 máo fur,
丿  piě slash,
 èr two,
 yǐ second, 

丿丶毛丿二

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

汉字分解。 Chinese Character 乎 hū ‘in’

汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character     hū  ‘in’           

丿  piě slash
 bā eight
 yī one
 jué hook   

丿丷一亅

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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

A Friendly Practice to Memorize Chinese Characters


A friendly practice to memorize Chinese characters by means of learning Chinese character decomposition!

Decomposition of the Chinese Character  wǒ ‘I’:

丿 piě slash,
zhǎo look for,
shǒu hand,
yī one,
jué hook,
gē spear,
yì shoot,
yī one,
丿 piě slash,
zhǔ dot,     

  wǒ ‘I’: 丿找扌一亅戈弋一丿丶

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Monday, March 20, 2017

Skills and Effects of the Chinese Characters Decomposition


Learning decomposition of the Chinese characters form the Chinese character stable perception habits and its immediate cognition in other contexts.

Moreover, the Chinese language teacher will be saved from inventing different kind of associations of the Chinese character with its meaning.

The easiest way to learn complicated Chinese characters with abstract meanings is analysis of such characters from the point of view of its decomposition - learning all components and radicals with all their readings and meanings.

The Chinese character decomposition and analysis requires knowing of radicals. The Chinese radicals are learnt at the introductory lessons once and forever. It is like the alphabet which is learnt only once.

Evaluation and recognition of the Chinese character from the point of view of its structural analysis and decomposition creates stable writing habits and immediate perception of the Chinese character in different contexts.

The example of the Chinese character decomposition - the decomposition of the Chinese character    yì  “meaning”:

  yīn sound
  lì stand
  tóu lid
  zhǔ dot
  yī one
  bā eight
  yī one
  yuē say
  jiōng down box
  èr two
  xīn heart
丿  piě slash
  yǐ second
  zhǔ dot
  zhǔ dot

音立亠丶一丷一曰冂二 心丿乚丶丶


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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Let Us Discuss Chinese Character Decomposition!


The Chinese character decomposition is becoming nowadays a very essential methodological teaching tool.
The simplicity of the Chinese character decomposition approach helps both the Chinese language teachers and students
achieve greater professional and learning targets.

The Chinese language teachers and learners: share your professional experience, give your professional say, the humanity will be proud of your personal success!

Decomposition of the Chinese Character  biāo ‘sign’ :

mù tree
shí ten
yī one
gǔn line
bā eight
shì spirit
èr two
xiǎo small
jué hook
bā eight

木十一丨八示二 小亅八