Saturday, April 11, 2009

The key-word

There are many different kinds of meaning for one pronounce. With this method, many forein language learners can remember the words easily. American learners of Chinese always use their own words to help them make up a Chinese word. For example, Americans always interested in ancient Chinese words, for example Calligraphy. So they might look at the word ''Calligraphy'' and they make up the word ''book magic''. Japanese speak the English word short connect to the Japanese word shorto. Because Japanese speakers doesn't know how to say ''t'' at the end of the word, so they put an ''o'' behind ''t''. These two examples let us know how useful the key-word is.

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