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Learn Chinese Pinyin in 21 Days – Day 14: Finals, ang, eng, ing, ong

Time:2014-11-29Source:Internet
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In this pinyin lesson, we learn four compound finals, which are ang, eng, ing, ong. We also learn some Chinese characters that use “ang, eng, ing, ong”. In addition, you can have listening exercises and quizzes for ang, eng, ing, ong.

Finals

Finals are all possible combinations of semivowels coming before the vowel, the nucleus vowel, and final vowel.
There are 14 compound finals (复韵母) and 14 nasal finals (鼻韵母).

Compound finals: ai, ei, ui; ao, ou, iu; ie, üe; er; ia, iao; ua, uo, uai
Nasal finals: an, en; in, un, ün; ang, eng, ing, ong; ian, iang, iong; uan, uang

Pronunciation Guide for ang, eng, ing, ong

The following guide is given in terms of English pronunciation. They are approximate, as there are some sounds of Pinyin do not correspond directly to sounds in English.

1. ang: as ong in “song”.

 

2. eng: as eng in “length”.
 

3. ing: as ing in “sing”.
 

4. ong: as “u + eng”.
 

Example Words

Example 1:

Chinese Character: 脏
Pinyin: zāng

 

English translation: dirty
dirty

 

Example 2:

Chinese Character: 灯
Pinyin: dēng

 

English translation: lamp
lamp

Example 3:

Chinese Character: 鹰
Pinyin: yīng

 

English translation: eagle
eagle

Example 4:

Chinese Character: 东
Pinyin: dōng

 

English translation: east
east
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