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Welcome to the Skritter demo!
欢迎来到Skritter教程!

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Choose your style: 选择你想学习的字体: 選擇你想學習的字體: Choose your style:

Do you know how to write characters? 想先学习笔画顺序吗? 想先學習筆畫順序嗎? 한자 쓰는 법을 알고 계십니까?

(If not, we will help you.) (모르는 경우, 먼저 기본적으로 훑어보기가 가능합니다)

All right, let's start! Trace the character 一 here. 就这样,我们开始!在这里跟着写“一”。 就這樣,我們開始!在這裡跟著寫“一”。 이제 시작합시다!

Great! For this first character, we'll leave the outline here, but later it will disappear when you draw so you can learn it. 很棒!为了鼓励你记住字词,字词的显示时间不长,但你也可以让它显示时间长点。 很棒!為了鼓勵你記住字詞,字詞的顯示時間不長,但你也可以讓它顯示時間長點。 훌륭합니다! 보통 획을 그을 때 암기를 돕기 위해 아웃라인이 사라지지만, 지금은 기본단계입니다.

Click here to continue. 点击这里继续。 點擊這裡繼續。 계속하려면 이곳을 누르십시오.

That was the character for "one", yī. Here's èr, "two". 这就是“一”字,那是“二”。 這就是“一”字,那是“二”。 That was the character for "one", yī. Here's èr, "two".

Very good! Click to hear the pronunciation. 很好!点击扬声器,就可以听到这个字的发音。 很好!點擊揚聲器,就可以聽到這個字的發音。 아주 잘했습니다! 발음을 듣기 위해 스피커를 클릭하십시오.

Great. Now let's continue. 做得漂亮!现在让我们继续! 做得漂亮!現在讓我們繼續! 좋습니다. 이제 계속합시다.

Skritter figures out what you need to review next by remembering your learning history! So the next thing to study is always your next biggest priority. Skritter可以根据你的学习历史,准确计算出你接下该复习的字词。所以你接下来学习的字词都是你最应该学习的重点。 Skritter可以根據你的學習歷史,准確計算出你接下該復習的字詞。所以你接下來學習的字詞都是你最應該學習的重點。 스크리터(Skritter)는 여러분의 학습 진도에 근거해 다음에 무엇을 복습해야 할지 지능적으로 알아냅니다. 그러므로, 다음에 공부할 내용은 여러분의 가장 중요한 우선순위입니다.

Now you are on your own. If you don't know sān, the character for "three", hold down the "Show" button to see it. 现在你自己来吧。不认识这个字?单击“示例”这个按钮就能看到。 現在你自己來吧。不認識這個字?單擊“示例”這個按鈕就能看到。 이제 스스로 해보십시오. 해당 한자를 모르십니까? 한자를 보기 위해 "보기" 버튼을 누르십시오.

Skritter automatically keeps track of what you get right and wrong. Skritter能自动记录跟踪你的学习过程的正确和错误。 Skritter能自動記錄跟蹤你的學習過程的正確和錯誤。 Skritter automatically keeps track of what you get right and wrong.

To override Skritter, click the "Correct" button. 想覆盖Skritter,点击“Correct”按钮。 想覆蓋Skritter,點擊“Correct”按鈕。 To override Skritter, click the "Correct" button.

When you are ready, let's learn stroke order rules. 准备好了,让我们来学习笔画顺序规则吧。 准備好了,讓我們來學習筆畫順序規則吧。 When you are ready, let's learn stroke order rules.

Stroke order is important in Chinese. 书写汉字,笔画顺序很重要。 書寫漢字,筆畫順序很重要。 Stroke order is important in Chinese.

The first rule is "top to bottom, left to right". 规则一:从上到下,从左到右。 規則一:從上到下,從左到右。 The first rule is "top to bottom, left to right".

Hold down the "Show" button for this example. 请按住“Show”按钮查看示例。 請按住“Show”按鈕查看示例。 Hold down the "Show" button for this example.

The second rule: "horizontal strokes first." 规则二:先写横划。 規則二:先寫橫劃。 The second rule: "horizontal strokes first."

The third rule: "cutting strokes last." 规则三:穿过多个笔画的笔画,无论横竖,都该最后写。 規則三:穿過多個筆畫的筆畫,無論橫豎,都該最后寫。 The third rule: "cutting strokes last."

The fourth rule: "diagonals right-to-left before diagonals left-to-right." 规则四:先写撇,再写捺。 規則四:先寫撇,再寫捺。 The fourth rule: "diagonals right-to-left before diagonals left-to-right."

Getting the hang of it? 掌握了吗? 掌握了嗎? Getting the hang of it?

Fifth rule: "center verticals before outside wings." 规则五: 先写中间的竖划,再写两边。 規則五: 先寫中間的豎劃,再寫兩邊。 Fifth rule: "center verticals before outside wings."

Six through eight are rules about boxes. Sixth rule: "outside before inside." 第六条规则到第八条规则都是关于全包围结构的汉字书写。规则六:先外面再里面。 第六條規則到第八條規則都是關於全包圍結構的漢字書寫。規則六:先外面再裡面。 Six through eight are rules about boxes. Sixth rule: "outside before inside."

Seventh: "left vertical before enclosing." 规则七:先写左边的竖划。 規則七:先寫左邊的豎劃。 Seventh: "left vertical before enclosing."

Eight: "bottom enclosing line last." 规则八:最后写下面的横。 規則八:最后寫下面的橫。 Eight: "bottom enclosing line last."

And the last rule: "dots and minor strokes last." The upper-right dot in this character comes last. 最后一条规则:点和小的笔画最后写。一个字右上边的点最后写。 最后一條規則:點和小的筆畫最后寫。一個字右上邊的點最后寫。 And the last rule: "dots and minor strokes last." The upper-right dot in this character comes last.

Phew! Stroke order takes practice, but when you write on Skritter, you learn it organically. Let's go on to tones! 噢!笔画顺序需要练习才能掌握,但当你在Skritter上写汉字时,能自然而然掌握它。让我们继续学习声调吧! 噢!筆畫順序需要練習才能掌握,但當你在Skritter上寫漢字時,能自然而然掌握它。讓我們繼續學習聲調吧! Phew! Stroke order takes practice, but when you write on Skritter, you learn it organically. Let's go on to tones!

This is a tone prompt. Draw or click the tone mark that matches 天. (Hint: it's first tone.) 这就是声调提示栏。写出或单击与这个字相匹配的声调图案。 這就是聲調提示欄。寫出或單擊與這個字相匹配的聲調圖案。 이것이 톤 입력입니다. _과 같은 톤을 그리거나 표시하십시오.

First tone sounds high and flat, like the second syllable in "ta-daa!" 一声听起来声调高而平,就像“ta-daa!”的第二个音节。 一聲聽起來聲調高而平,就像“ta-daa!”的第二個音節。 First tone sounds high and flat, like the second syllable in "ta-daa!"

Second tone is a rising tone, like asking, "what?" 二声是逐渐上升的声调,就像问,“什么?” 二聲是逐漸上升的聲調,就像問,“什麼?” Second tone is a rising tone, like asking, "what?"

Third tone starts low, dips, and then goes back up. 三声开始时低沉,然后声调往上扬。 三聲開始時低沉,然后聲調往上揚。 Third tone starts low, dips, and then goes back up.

Think of saying "me?" like you can't believe someone's talking about you. 想象我们说“我?”的时候,就像你不相信有人跟你说话。 想象我們說“我?”的時候,就像你不相信有人跟你說話。 Think of saying "me?" like you can't believe someone's talking about you.

Here's the fourth tone, which starts high and falls low, like saying, "Hey!" 这是四声,开始时高,然后下降,就像说“嘿”。 這是四聲,開始時高,然后下降,就像說“嘿”。 Here's the fourth tone, which starts high and falls low, like saying, "Hey!"

There's also a fifth, neutral tone, which doesn't have any tone at all. Draw a circle for neutral tone. 还有第五个声调,轻声,轻声没有声调,画圈表示轻声。 還有第五個聲調,輕聲,輕聲沒有聲調,畫圈表示輕聲。 There's also a fifth, neutral tone, which doesn't have any tone at all. Draw a circle for neutral tone.

Most words in Chinese are made up of two or more characters. Here's "telephone", which comes from the characters "electric" and "speech". 汉语中很多词都是由两个或两个以上的字组成的,例如“电话”,就是由“电”和“话”两个字组成的。 漢語中很多詞都是由兩個或兩個以上的字組成的,例如“電話”,就是由“電”和“話”兩個字組成的。 Most words in Chinese are made up of two or more characters. Here's "telephone", which comes from the characters "electric" and "speech".

All right, let's go! Trace the character 你 here. 就这样,我们开始!在这里跟着写“你”。 就這樣,我們開始!在這裡跟著寫“你”。 이제 시작합시다! 이곳의 한자를 따라 쓰십시오.

Great! For this first character, we'll leave the outline here, but later it will disappear when you draw so you can learn it. 很棒!为了鼓励你记住字词,字词的显示时间不长,但你也可以让它显示时间长点。 很棒!為了鼓勵你記住字詞,字詞的顯示時間不長,但你也可以讓它顯示時間長點。 훌륭합니다! 보통 획을 그을 때 암기를 돕기 위해 아웃라인이 사라지지만, 지금은 기본단계입니다.

Click here to continue. 点击这里继续。 點擊這裡繼續。 계속하려면 이곳을 누르십시오.

Now write hǎo. 现在可以写了。 現在可以寫了。 이제 hǎo 쓰십시오.

Very good! Click to hear the pronunciation. 很好!点击扬声器,就可以听到这个字的发音。 很好!點擊揚聲器,就可以聽到這個字的發音。 아주 잘했습니다! 발음을 듣기 위해 스피커를 클릭하십시오.

Nice. Now let's continue. 做得漂亮!现在让我们继续! 做得漂亮!現在讓我們繼續! 좋습니다. 이제 계속합시다.

Skritter figures out what you need to review next by remembering your learning history! So the next thing to study is always your next biggest priority. Skritter可以根据你的学习历史,准确计算出你接下该复习的字词。所以你接下来学习的字词都是你最应该学习的重点。 Skritter可以根據你的學習歷史,准確計算出你接下該復習的字詞。所以你接下來學習的字詞都是你最應該學習的重點。 스크리터(Skritter)는 여러분의 학습 진도에 근거해 다음에 무엇을 복습해야 할지 지능적으로 알아냅니다. 그러므로, 다음에 공부할 내용은 여러분의 가장 중요한 우선순위입니다.

Now you are on your own. 现在你自己来吧。 現在你自己來吧。 이제 스스로 해보십시오.

Don't know this character? Hold down the "Show" button to see it. 不认识这个字?单击“示例”这个按钮就能看到。 不認識這個字?單擊“示例”這個按鈕就能看到。 해당 한자를 모르십니까? 한자를 보기 위해 "보기" 버튼을 누르십시오.

Skritter automatically keeps track of what you get right and wrong. Skritter能自动记录跟踪你的学习过程的正确和错误。 Skritter能自動記錄跟蹤你的學習過程的正確和錯誤。 Skritter automatically keeps track of what you get right and wrong.

To override Skritter, click the "Correct" button. 想覆盖Skritter,点击“Correct”按钮。 想覆蓋Skritter,點擊“Correct”按鈕。 To override Skritter, click the "Correct" button.

Great. Now let's do a tone prompt. 现在让我们看看声调提示栏。 現在讓我們看看聲調提示欄。 훌륭합니다. 이제 톤 입력을 해봅시다.

This is a tone prompt. Draw or click the tone mark that matches 我. 这就是声调提示栏。写出或单击与这个字相匹配的声调图案。 這就是聲調提示欄。寫出或單擊與這個字相匹配的聲調圖案。 我 같은 톤을 그리거나 표시하십시오.

Skritter gives you instant feedback as you write. Try writing these strokes in the wrong direction or out of order. Skritter能迅速给你反馈。试一试不按笔画顺序来写一个字。 Skritter能迅速給你反饋。試一試不按筆畫順序來寫一個字。 스크리터(Skritter)는 여러분이 한자를 쓸 때 즉시 피드백을 제공합니다. 다음의 획을 잘못된 방향 혹은 순서로 써 보십시오.

Skritter accepts different stroke orders. How do you write the 方 component? Skritter在笔画顺序方面是灵活的,可以不按笔画顺序写字。你是怎么写“方”这个部件的? Skritter在筆畫順序方面是靈活的,可以不按筆畫順序寫字。你是怎麼寫“方”這個部件的? 스크리터(Skritter)는 다양한 획순서 기준에 대해 융통성 있게 대처합니다. 方 구성요소를 어떻게 씁니까?

Tones, writing, reading, and definition prompts are all remembered separately. 声调提示栏与书写提示栏是想独立的,不论你对哪方面的掌握更好都可以。 聲調提示欄與書寫提示欄是想獨立的,不論你對哪方面的掌握更好都可以。 만약 여러분이 둘 중 한가지를 더 잘 안다면, 톤 입력은 쓰기 입력과는 별개로 짜여집니다.

Skritter accepts certain writing shortcuts. For example, you can write this character in two or three strokes. Skritter尊重你的书写习惯。例如,你可以两三划就写好一个字。 Skritter尊重你的書寫習慣。例如,你可以兩三劃就寫好一個字。 스크리터(Skritter)는 특정한 간단쓰기법에 대해 융통성이 있습니다. 예를 들어, 여러분은 다음의 한자를 두번 혹은 세번의 획을 그어 쓸 수 있습니다.

Draw a circle for neutral tones. 画圈表示轻声。 畫圈表示輕聲。 Draw a circle for neutral tones.

If you don't know the stroke order, you can hold down the 'Show' button and it will animate the character for you. 如果对一个字的笔画顺序不是很清楚,可以单击“示例”按钮,它能演示写这个字的正确笔画序。 如果對一個字的筆畫順序不是很清楚,可以單擊“示例”按鈕,它能演示寫這個字的正確筆畫序。 만약 획순서가 헷갈려 '보기' 버튼을 누르게 되면, 한자가 나타나게 됩니다.

Writing hard characters like this can take a while at first, but once you get used to writing in Skritter, this will only take a few seconds. 最初写一个复杂的字可能会花点时间,但一旦对Skritter娴熟后,你可以写得很快。 最初寫一個復雜的字可能會花點時間,但一旦對Skritter嫻熟后,你可以寫得很快。 다음과 같이 복잡한 한자를 쓰는 것은 처음에는 시간이 걸릴 수도 있습니다. 하지만 스크리터(Skritter)를 통해 쓰기에 익숙해지면, 이는 단 몇 초밖에 걸리지 않을 것입니다.

Skritter also teaches you the pronunciations and definitions of words. These behave just like flashcards. Try to say the answer before clicking to see if you got it right. Skritter还教你一个字的发音和字义。这些功能就像教学闪存卡一样。在点击看你是否正确之前,尝试着自己说说答案。 Skritter還教你一個字的發音和字義。這些功能就像教學閃存卡一樣。在點擊看你是否正確之前,嘗試著自己說說答案。 스크리터(Skritter)는 또한 단어의 발음과 정의를 가르쳐 드립니다. 이는 플래시 카드와 같은 역할을 합니다. 정답인지 확인하기 위해 클릭하기 전에 답을 미리 말해보십시오.

All right, let's go! Trace the character 一 here.

Great! Normally the outline disappears while you draw, but this is the demo so it is easier!

Click here to continue.

That was the character for "one", いち (ichi). Here's に (ni), "two"

Nice. Now let's continue.

Skritter figures out what you need to review next by remembering your learning history! So the next thing to study is always your next biggest priority.

Now you're on your own. If you don't know さん (san), the character for "three", hold down the "Show" button to see it.

Skritter remembers what you get right and wrong. To mark yourself correct or incorrect, click the "Correct" button.

When you are ready, let's learn stroke order rules.

Stroke order is important in Japanese.

First 2 rules: "top to bottom" and "left to right".

Hold down the "Show" button for this example.

Third stroke order rule: "horizontal strokes that cross vertical strokes usually go first"

The fourth stroke order rule: "center strokes are written first and then the left and right strokes if these strokes do not exceed two strokes each."

Getting the hang of it?

Fifth rule: "outside enclosures first, but bottom last."

Sixth rule: "vertical strokes drawn through the center are last."

Seventh: "right to left diagonal before left to right diagonal"

And the last stroke order rule: "strokes which cut through the middle of a kanji are written last."

Phew! Stroke order takes practice, but when you write on Skritter, you learn it organically. Let's continue with reading and definition practice!

All right, let's go! Trace the character 日 here.

Great! Normally the outline disappears while you draw, but this is the demo so it is easier!

Click here to move on.

Now write the character for ほん!

Nice. Now let's continue.

Skritter figures out what you need to review next by remembering your learning history! So the next thing to study is always your next biggest priority.

Now you're on your own!

If you don't know this character, hold down the "Show" button to see it.

Skritter automatically keeps track of what you get right and wrong. To override Skritter, click the "Correct" button.

When you're ready, click here to see some more of Skritter's helpful features for writing practice.

Skritter gives you instant feedback as you write. Try writing these strokes in the wrong direction or out of order.

Skritter allows certain writing shortcuts. For example, you can do this character in two or three strokes.

If you don't know how to write a character, you can hold down the 'Show' button and it will animate for you, click to see the character.

Great! Let's move on to reading and definition practice.

This is a reading prompt. This works like a normal flashcard; try to say the word to yourself before clicking to see the answer.

Did you get it? Skritter can't tell on its own if you were correct so you need to click the correct button if not.

This is a definition prompt, which works just like reading prompts. Actively producing the answer before you see it is the key to learning well!

Writing, reading, and definition prompts are all scheduled separately, so Skritter tests you on what you really need to work on.

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