Stroke Orders

When you starting to learn Chinese, you will find out to pronounce it out is not difficult (many people can say:Ni Hao) but later you will find the Chinese writing system is complex. Some think as long as they can write the character, the stroke order is not important. People only read your words not read your writing procedure. That true but stroke orders are  very important too. It shows the evolvement of the character changes through years and it also can helps learners to understand the natural flow of characters. It will eventually helps you to form the right writing habits too.

I want to share some of the tips below:

1 Top to bottom 

2 Left to right 

3 Symmetry counts 

4 Horizontal first, vertical second

5Enclosures before content

6 Close frames last

7 Character spanning strokes last

Anyway ,if you form the correct stroke order writing habits all the characters you  learned you will find them easy. Practice makes prefect.

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