Pronunciation

To complete this step you need to listen to the audio pronunciation of the word once.

Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 3 English Translations of the word .

To complete this step you need to read and scroll down.

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
yì | yi4
English translation
also
also, too; likewise

Learn the Chinese word in 8 easy steps:

1
Start completing the learning steps to receive the bonus.
You have completed 4/7 steps. Keep going!
Congratulations! You have completed the first learning sequence for this character.
0
Temple Coins Received
2
Unlocks in 48h after completing the first learning phase.
Start completing the learning steps to receive the bonus.
You have completed 4/7 steps. Keep going!
Congratulations! You have completed the second learning sequence for this character.
0
Temple Coins Received
3
Unlocks in 7 days after completing the second learning phase.
Start completing the learning steps to receive the bonus.
You have completed 4/7 steps. Keep going!
Congratulations! You have completed the second learning sequence for this character.
0
Temple Coins Received
Slide 1 Heading
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit dolor
Click Here
Slide 2 Heading
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit dolor
Click Here
Slide 3 Heading
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit dolor
Click Here
Previous
Next

About

Read some general information about the Chinese word .

To complete this step you need to read and scroll down..

Number of strokes

6

Traditional form

Contains the radical

tóu

Part of speech

Adverb / 副词 fù cí Fù cí

Learning hint

A man standing with arrows pointing to his armpits

Etymology of

Familiarize yourself with the origin and historical aspects of the Chinese word .

To complete this step you need to read and scroll down..

Type

ideographic

Positional decomposition

tóu

Explanation

Pictograph of a person, with two dots at the armpits. Based on the original meaning "armpit", now written as . The current meaning is a phonetic loan.

Write it!

Practice your Chinese writing skills and learn precisely where and when to draw every stroke of the
Chinese word .
     Press the Show Strokes button to see the strokes and their order and hit Start Drawing when you are
ready to practice.

To complete this step you need to write the word once.

Spread the word

Example sentences using

Broaden your vocabulary by interacting with 5 audio-assisted sentences using the Chinese word in different contexts.

To complete this step you need to listen to each of the five Chinese sentences at least once. and scroll down.

硅烷偶联剂用于 yòng yú 许多 xǔduō 通用 tōngyòng de 砂子 shā zi 环氧 xíng 复合材料 fù hé cái liào Zhōng .

Silane coupling agents are also used in many commercial sand - epoxy - type composites.

甚至 shènzhì 总统 zǒngtǒng 否认 fǒurèn zhǒng 谣传 yáo chuán .

Even the President helped out in this particular deception.

硅橡胶 guī xiàng jiāo 熟石膏 shú shí gāo zuò 铸模取得 qǔ dé 成功 Chénggōng .

Silicone rubber and plaster of Paris have been used successfully.

上述 shàng shù 浆膜 jiāng mó 表面 biǎomiàn de 粘连 nián lián Fēi 少见 shǎo jiàn .

Adhesions involving the aforementioned serous surfaces are not uncommon.

甚至 shènzhì 我们 wǒmen 防御战 de 战绩 zhàn jì 充满 chōngmǎn zhāo 悲惨 bēicǎn de 失败 shībài .

Even our defensive record was tragically draped in defeats.

Words with

Explore 7 words and sayings that include the Chinese character in their composition.

To complete this step you need to read and scroll down.

FrequencySimplifiedMeaningTraditional
also
不亦乐乎 bù yì lè hū awfully不亦樂乎
反之亦然 fǎn zhī yì rán vice versa反之亦然 fǎn zhī yì rán
亦步亦趋 yì bù yì qū to imitate slavishly亦步亦趨
人云亦云 rén yún yì yún to say what everyone says (idiom)人云亦云 rén yún yì yún
亦即 yì jí namely亦即 yì jí
亦且 yì qiě in addition亦且 yì qiě

Decomposition & Compounds

To complete this step you need to read and scroll down.

Compounds

See all 23 Chinese words that contain the character in their composition.

Recommended Books for Learning Mandarin Chinese

AMAZON BOOKSHELF

AMAZON BOOKSHELF

A Boy and his Dragon

Once upon a time, a Little Boy was living in a village near the woods. One day, a Dragon came out of the cave secluded in the middle of the forest and began to relentlessly follow the Little Boy, always breathing on the back of his neck, burning the young boy at his slightest misstep.

The child received refuge in an old Temple where there were no mirrors allowed, and it was forbidden to speak of life before entering the sanctum. Ancient books, hidden rooms with unimaginable treasures and beauty beyond comprehension, became part of the boy’s new life.

Time went by until, one day, the now old young boy accidentally glimpses his own reflection in a pond. The Dragon smiled back.

Come for Knowledge. Stay for Wisdom.

Copyright © 2022 Mandarin Temple. All rights reserved.

Scroll to Top