August 17


Break Through Chinese Pronunciation 2 – The difference between -uo and -ou

By fluentin

August 17, 2015


Hi everybody, this is the second video of Break Through Chinese Pronunciation, the video series that helps you to perfect your Chinese pronunciation and tones.

Since this is Part 2, I suggest you check out my video on the 4 tones in Mandarin and Part 1 of this series first, If you haven’t already, and then come back to this video.

Remember to repeat all the sounds you hear out loud and pay attention to the tones.

Dou – 豆腐 dòufu – tofu
Tou – 头疼 tóu téng – headache
Mou – 某一个 mǒu yīgè – a certain
Fou – 是否 shìfǒu – whether or not
Gou – 沟通 gōutōng – to communicate
You – 朋友 péngyou – friend
Rou – 肉 ròu – meat
Ou – 欧洲 ōuzhōu – Europe

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