Chinese Pinyin Compound Finals and Nasal Finals
ia ie – iao iu – ian iang in ing iong -üe üan ün
In this lesson we will have more Compound Finals and Nasal Finals. They begin with the Simple Final “i” or “ü”. ü, or the Pinyin u with two dots, is very important for two reasons. One is that it probably has the most unique Pinyin sound, and two is that there are some special Pinyin spelling rules involved when writing or typing it. Let’s watch this video lesson and find out.
- Chinese Compound Finals
- ia ie iao iu ian iang in ing iong
- Chinese Nasal Finals
- üe üan ün