Chinese character components
There ae three aspects to the structure of a Chinese character ; the strokes, the components, and the whole character. For example, the character"木" consists of four strokes； "—" ，"丨" ，"丿"，"丶". It is a basic character and is also used as a component for some other characters. For example, “林”：consists of two "木" characters. The components are the core structure of a Chinese character. Chinese characters can be divided into character-parts and non-character-parts. For example, "院" can be divided into the following three parts, “宀”“阝”“元”of which "元" is a character-part, while “宀”“阝”are the non-character-parts. The key to learning Chinese character well is to master their components.
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