Chineasy: 60 Flashcards: The New Way to Read Chinese (英語) 用品
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Amazon.com: 37 件のカスタマーレビュー
2017年10月24日 - (Amazon.com)
These flashcards get two stars because they are really good quality. People should not expect them to go with the Chineasy book however. I love the book. These flashcards do not match up with it at all. There are fewer words on the flashcards, so I was not expecting an exact match, but the cards do not map at all to the book. I expected to be able to learn some characters using the Chineasy method and then use the flashcards to practice them. I've just made flashcards myself from index cards and this is what I use for practicing. These premaid flashcards are a waste for my purpose.
Smart method for learning Chinese
2018年11月16日 - (Amazon.com)
It is easy to underestimate the value of these cards, and several reviews here have done. Our 4 year old son learned the radicals within two times of learning the cards (we have not yet begun with the phrases). But the pictures surrounding the radicals are ingenious. They seem like simple design, but they really assist in memorizing pictographs that have no context for a Western mind. Moreover, the compound images that are represented at the bottom of the card are well chosen; they build on the radicals in smart ways. So "woman" in "surround" equals the word for "daughter." Or "woman" under "roof" equals the word for "peaceful." Or "heart" inside "doors" is the word for "boredom." Our son and I love figuring out what the words means. Moreover, he has easily transitioned from these signs to others he sees in our basic Chinese literature. In other words, these colorful flashcards, printed on sturdy cardboard that his little hands love to handle, have provided an inspiring springboard for accessing other characters. I bought the Tuttle edition, upon the recommendation of another person on this list, and those cards are a great resource. But the first step should be Chineasy.
WARNING: Traditional Chinese Characters, Not Simplified
2017年12月15日 - (Amazon.com)
The idea is great and the quality of the cards is excellent, but two major problems. (1) These are traditional chinese characters, not simplified. They should make this clear in the advertising. You shouldn't have to read the tiny text in the instructions to learn that most of the chacracters are in traditional format. (2) Poor graphic design. The pinyin text font is ridiculously small. The tone designations (superscript number) are even smaller. The numbers must literally be 3 point font. You need a magnifying glass to read them (not kidding).
just a so so source
2015年11月12日 - (Amazon.com)
better than the book of the same title. at least it was bigger and easier to read the characters. but still needs a link to an audio source so you can learn the correct way to pronounce the characters.
I expected more than just some beautiful cards
2015年8月14日 - (Amazon.com)
I thought that these cards would be a more useful tool for learning and practicing. I find the pictures very nice and I'm sure they'll be a nice decoration for my coffee table, but still do not know if I'll be learning anything from them. The system is not as quick as they advertise it. Learning chinese takes time no matter the resources.