The 16 overall pronunciation syllables are: zhi, chi, shi, ri, zi, ci, si, yi, wu, yu, ye, yue, yuan, yin, yun, ying. Among them, zhi, chi, shi, and ri are tilted tongues, and zi, ci, and si are flat tongues.
Zhi chi shi ri (warped tongue) warped tongue initials zh ch sh r plus single vowel I, warped tongue recognizes the syllable zhi chi shi ri as a whole. Zi ci Si (flat tongue) The flat tongue is composed of the initial consonant Z C s and the single vowel I. The flat tongue reads Zi ci Si as a whole.
The consonant capital y + single vowel i forms the whole recognition syllable yi, the consonant capital w + single vowel u forms the whole recognition syllable wu, the consonant capital y + single vowel u forms the whole recognition syllable yu, the consonant capital y + single vowel u forms the whole recognition syllable wu, the consonant capital y + single vowel u forms the whole recognition syllable yu, the whole syllable: Ye Yue Yuan turns the I of IE into a capital y and becomes the whole syllable ye. The üe minus two points, plus the capital Y, makes the whole syllable yue. The overall recognition syllable yuan is formed by adding the overall recognition syllable yu before the compound vowel an. The initial y is added before the compound vowel in ing to form the overall Yun after finals in front of the UN initials y and remove the two points of u, comprise the whole picture syllables yun.
Next, let’s associate it with a story that can defy logical reasoning, overturn common sense, and don’t have to be smooth.It can also be associated by the child himself, which makes it easier to remember.