Learn Chinese: HSK Level 1 Vocabulary ( 1/150 ) – 我 (wǒ) – I/me

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我 (wǒ) – 1/ 150 HSK Level 1 Vocabulary

Meaning: I or me

Pronunciation : 我 (wǒ) is pronounced using the third tone. This tone has a falling-rising quality

Usage: Some of the examples to understand the use of this word , do comment for any other sentences you want to share

Stroke order :is the order in which each stroke is written in Chinese character. for 我 , below is the order

How to e-write this character using mobile phone: 

Please make sure you downloaded Written Chinese or Pleco first before trying this. Based on my experience, I suggest the beginner must start with an electronic way of writing the characters. Basically using dictionary apps and practice until you learn and identify the word. The below video shows on how to type Chinese language PinYin. For more videos like this, subscribe to my YouTube channel – Click here

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You are now following the Chinese language learning series – ” Learn one word at a time“, where one post is dedicated to teaching one word at a time with all related details in the sense – PinYin / Character level meanings/usage in sentences, writing pattern for each character. First series would be HSK level 1 series which has 150 words to learn.

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