Chinese character challenges, August 2016

In Chinese by Olle Linge

In a way, learning characters is easy. When you know roughly how characters work and how they are composed, learning a new character is not hard. The difficulty comes from the large number of steps …

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Chinese character challenges, July 2016

In Chinese by Olle Linge

Test your Chinese character knowledge and improve your ability to compare and contrast characters with these challenges! Answers at the bottom.

Which character does not belong in this group? why?
上、本、日、下

Which character does not belong in this group? Why?
您、你、灯、路

Which character does not belong in this group? Why?
然、灯、冰、炎

Which character does not belong in this group? Why?
目、日、六、火

Answers on our blog:

https://blog.skritter.com/2016/07/chinese-character-challenges-july-2016/