//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_01 一 二 三 四 五 六
yī èr sān
In Chinese characters, the number one is laid on its side, unlike the Roman numeral I which stands upright. As you would expect, it is written from left to right.  When this character is used as a primitive element, the keyword meaning is often discarded, since it is too abstract to be of much help. Instead, the single horizontal stroke takes on the meaning of floor or ceiling, depending on its position: if it stands above another primitive, it means ceiling; if below, floor. Like the Roman numeral II, which reduplicates the numeral I, the character for two is a simple reduplication of the horizontal stroke that means one. The order of writing goes from above to below, with the first stroke slightly shorter.  And like the Roman numeral III, which triples the numeral I, the character for three simply triples the single horizontal stroke. In writing it, think of "1 + 2 = 3" (一+二=三) in order to keep the middle stroke shorter.  This character is composed of two primitive elements, mouth 口 and human legs 儿, both of which we will meet in the coming lessons. Assuming that you already knew how to write this character, we will pass over the “story” connected with it until later. Note how the second stroke is written left-to-right and then top-tobottom. This is consistent with what we have already seen in the first three numbers and leads us to a general principle that will be helpful when we come to more complicated characters later on: WRITE NORTH-TO-SOUTH, WEST-TO-EAST, NORTHWEST-TO-SOUTHEAST.  As with four, we shall postpone learning the primitive elements that make up this character. Note how the general principle we just learned in the preceding frame applies to the writing of the character for five. 
sì wǔ liù
The primitives here are top hat and animal legs. Once again, we glide over them until later. 
七 八 九 十 口
Note that the first stroke “cuts” clearly through the second. This distinguishes seven from the character for spoon 匕 (FRAME 453), in which the horizontal stroke either stops short or, depending on the font, extends just slightly beyond the vertical stroke.  As a primitive, this form takes on the meaning of diced, i.e. “cut” into little pieces, consistent both with the way the character is written and with its association with the character for cut [切] to be learned in a later lesson (FRAME 85). Just as the Arabic numeral “8” is composed of a small circle followed by a larger one, so the character for eight is composed of a short line followed by a longer line that leans towards it without touching it. And just as the “lazy 8” ∞ is the mathematical symbol for “infinity,” so the expanse opened up below these two strokes sometimes carries the sense in Chinese of something “all-encompassing.” Note how the printed character on the left and the hand-drawn character below differ somewhat in form. Be sure to imitate the hand-drawn form when you practice writing.  If you take care to remember the stroke order of this character, you will not have trouble later keeping it distinct from the character for power 力 (FRAME 732).  When this character is used as a primitive, we shall take it to refer to the game of baseball, the meaning being derived from the nine players who make up a team. Turn this character 45° either way and you have the x used for the Roman numeral ten.  As a primitive, this character sometimes keeps its meaning of ten and sometimes signifies needle, this latter derived from the character for needle 针 (FRAME 283). Since the primitive is used in the character itself, there is no need to worry about confusing the two. In fact, we shall be following this procedure regularly. Like several of the first characters we shall learn, the character for mouth is a clear pictograph. Since there are no circular shapes in the characters, the square must be used to depict the circle.  As a primitive, this form also means mouth. Any of the range of possible images that the word suggests-an opening or entrance to a cave, a river, a bottle, or even the largest hole in your head-can be used for the primitive meaning. This character is intended to be a pictograph of the sun. Recalling what we said in the previous frame about round forms, it is easy to detect the circle and the big smile that characterize our simplest drawings of the sun-like those yellow badges with the words, “Have a nice day!”  Used as a primitive, this character can mean sun or day or a tongue wagging in the mouth. This latter meaning, incidentally, derives from an old character meaning something like “sayeth” (see FRAME 1499) and written almost exactly the same, except that the latter is more square in shape (曰) than sun (日). In any case, as a primitive element the shape will alter according to its position in the full character and this distinction will become irrelevant.
 rice field
目 mù //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_02
This character is actually a picture of the moon, with the two horizontal lines representing the left eye and mouth of the mythical “man in the moon.” (Actually, the Chinese see a hare in the moon, but it is a little farfetched to find one in the character.) And one month, of course, is one cycle of the moon.  As a primitive element, this character can take on the sense of moon, flesh, or part of the body. The reasons for the latter two meanings will be explained in a later chapter. Another pictograph, this character looks like a bird’s-eye view of a rice field divided into four plots. Take care in writing this character to get the order of the strokes correct. You will find that it follows perfectly the principle stated in FRAME 4.  When used as a primitive element, this character’s most common meaning is rice field, but now and again it will take the meaning of brains from the fact that it looks a bit like that tangle of gray matter nestled under our skulls. Here again, if we round out the corners of this character and curve the two middle strokes into the shape of an iris, we get something resembling an eye.  As a primitive, the character keeps its sense of eye, or to be more specific, an eyeball. When placed in the surroundings of a complex character, the primitive can be turned on its side (罒) and take on the additional meaning of a net.
The primitive elements that compose this character are ten and mouth, but you may find it easier to remember it as a pictograph of a tombstone with a cross on top. Just think back to one of those graveyards you have visited, or better still, used to play in as a child, with ancient inscriptions on the tombstones. This departure from the primitive elements in favor of a pictograph will take place now and again at these early stages, and almost never after that. So you need not worry about cluttering up your memory with too many character “drawings.”  Used as a primitive element, this character keeps its keyword sense of ancient, but  care should be taken to make that abstract notion as graphic as possible. ancient Everyone knows what a new moon is: the first phase when the moon is illuminated 0%. So, presumably, an ancient moon, like the one in this character, is lit up at 100% wattage. And we all know what that means:  recklessly people tend to get a little “loony” and start acting recklessly. 
and 1 mouth.  Among nature’s bright lights. produced for the “masses” of open mouths waiting like fledglings in a nest to  pǐn goods “consume” whatever comes their way. which has no less than five mouths: 2 nostrils. We need a sufficiently stuffy connotation for the key word. to give the sense of something sparkling all over the place. Now the one place in our bodies that all five senses are concentrated in is the head. is easily confused in memory with the three suns of sparkling. but this one is restricted to literary use in Chinese. she didn’t take the trouble to grind them up with her mortar and pestle. what could be more prosperous than a sky with two suns in it?  chāngprosperousJust be sure to actually SEE them there. which.  As in the character for sparkling. Adam exclaimed. there are two that the biblical story of creation has God set in the sky: the sun to rule over the day and the moon to rule the night.  What else can the word sparkling suggest if not a diamond? And if you’ve ever held a diamond up to the light. you will have noticed how every facet of it becomes like a miniature sun.  This one is easy! You have one mouth making no noise (the choirmaster) and two mouths with wagging tongues (the minimum for a chorus). if we are not careful. Upon seeing her. the triplication of a single element in this character indicates “everywhere” or “heaps of. there are no less than ten different types of leaves that go into the concoction that the herbal doctor is stuffing into your mouth. the bright intuition  míng bright of the poet and the seer. and the moon. for which the sense of a “perceiving subject" should do just fine. we think of what has been massproduced--that is to say. Each of them has come to represent one of the common connotations of this key word: the sun. Hence. as the Bible story goes. was Eve. So when you hear the key word sing. Just like a diamond. 
The first companion that God made. “everywhere”). Look at the character and you can see how the ten leaves are way too much for the one small mouth to handle.  There are a number of characters for the word I. 2 ears. note again how the rule for writing given in FRAME 4 holds true not only for the strokes in each individual element but also for the disposition of the  jīng sparkling elements in the character as a whole. The problem is. five mouths =I. one atop the other. In this character we see two suns. 
. but is shoveling them into your mouth just as they came off the tree. This character is a picture of a tiny sun in three places (that is.叶 吾 朋 明 唱 晶 品 昌
 I (literary)
The Chinese are famous for taking a leaf and turning it into medicine. the bright insight of the clear thinker. In this character.  What we mentioned in the previous two frames about three of something meaning “everywhere” or “heaps of” was not meant to be taken lightly. péng of my flesh!” And that is precisely what this character says in so many strokes. Focus on the number this way: since we speak of prosperous times as sunny. think of the Vienna Boys’ Choir or chàng sing the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the character is yours forever. In writing the primitive elements three times.” When we think of goods in modern industrial society.
the Land of the Rising Sun. Note the odd feeling of the fourth stroke.  As a primitive element. This time. which is pretty much what this character depicts. you  daybreak will have an easier time remembering this character. you have a slightly irreverent--but not altogether inaccurate--picture of how the sport has caught on  rising in the Land of the Rising Sun. which we shall.  You will need to refer back to FRAMES 13 and 14 here for the special meaning of the two primitive elements that make up this character: brain and flesh (part of the body).  You couldn’t have asked for a better key word for this character! Just have a look at it: a perfect image of a concave lens (remembering.  Maybe this helps you see how the Chinese have no trouble keeping convex distinct from concave. this character takes the meaning of sunflower. If it doesn’t feel all that strange now.” Now all you have to do is learn how to write it. If you can imagine the sun poking its head out through a hole in your floor. call the sunflower.  it will.早 旭 世 胃 旦 凹 凸
wèi dàn āo tū
This character is actually a picture of the first flower of the day. when you write this character think of the brain as being “held up” by the flesh. however. What the character says. and then imagine it sitting on a baseball bat for a flagpole. in defiance of botanical science. think of the lower horizontal lines as “addition” lines written under numbers to add them up. Thus: ten “plus” ten “plus” ten  generation = thirty. There are very few times you will have to write it. To keep the elements in proper  stomach order. however. we shall ignore the pictograph and imagine sunflowers with needles for stems. of course. which can be plucked and used to darn your socks. When writing it. Actually. which would make it. which was used to make the abstract key  early word early more graphic. The key word here immediately suggests the islands located to the east of China. that the characters square off rounded things). if you look at it. shines on it before all the others (see FRAME 10). by the time you are done with this book. because the sun. a name easily associated with ]apan’s national flag. is that the part of the body that keeps the brain in working order is the stomach. since it begins with the element for sun and is held up on a stem with leaves (the pictographic representation of the final two strokes).  sun We generally consider one generation as a period of thirty (or ten plus ten plus ten) years. from China’s point of view. If you look at this character in its completed form--not in its stroke order--you will see three tens. showing favoritism towards its namesake. complete with its own  concave little “cave.  convex
. If you can picture two seams running down that great red sun. The sense of early is easily remembered if one thinks of the sunflower as the early riser in the garden.  The obvious sign of daybreak is the sun peeking out over the horizon. it’s a lot easier doing it with a pencil than reading it in a book.
” and the walking stick should take care of itself.  As a primitive.  The same meaning of oneselfcan be kept when this character is used as a primitive element. they. but you will generally find it better to give it the meaning of nose or nostrils. Think of the phrase “the good old days. though. When the Japanese borrowed the Chinese characters.  Like many of us. That’s a bit too abstract and reasonable. they came to refer to a person's 99th birthday as the start of the “white year” because white is the character you are left with if you subtract one from a hundred. both for pigments and for light. The color white is a mixture of all the primary colors. need a walking stick to get around.//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_03 自 白 百 皂 旧
You can think of this character as a stylized pictograph of the nose. this character can either retain its meaning of white or take the more graphic meaning of a white bird or dove. they often played with their shapes to find interesting connections. 
. too. as we see when a prism breaks up the rays of the sun.  Whatever the color of the soap that this character refers to. which we shall get to later (FRAME 1438). so you may want to imagine looking at the soap under a microscope and seeing little whirling blades dicing the blotches of dirt one by one until everything turns white. that little drop that Mother Nature set between your eyes. This stems from the fact that it appears at the top of the character for bird. a single drop of sun spells white. when days get old. both because it accords with the story above and because it is the first part of the character for nose (FRAME 617). it does the same trick of cutting the grease and grime to make things white. Hence. For example. The Chinese often refer to themselves by pointing a finger at their nose-giving us an easy way to remember the character for oneself.
but the answer is simple: it’s a kind of sports drink for a robot. Now look at the character and picture it as a bottle of pills hanging on the thigh of a baseball player like a PEZ dispenser. / adj. Be aware. 
. Note how the movement from top to bottom (the movement in which the characters are written) is also the order of the elements which make up our story and of the key word itself: first divining rod.  When using this character as a primitive. this element takes the meaning of a bottle of pills. so called because it is the time in your life when you have trouble with your expanding “middle. which is a good place to start for that character. This character has the grotesque image of a person with a walking stick jammed into his mouth. In the case of the former frame. This is a picture of a divining rod. “sharing a common tongue.中 千 舌 升 丸 卜 占
 middle (n. the more easily to shovel food in without the interference of the tedious exercise of opening and closing it. have a look at the eyedropper above and the ten below. it should suggest images of divination or magic. you can think of it as a magic wand. the expansion has to do with eating more and moving around less. The particular connotation we will associate with the key word middle is that period of life known as middle age.  Think of a one-liter carafe (the kind you might serve drinks in) filled not with milk or wine but with a thousand sharp needles. Where no part of speech is indicated for a key word. In either case. then mouth. This is one of those characters that is a real joy of simplicity: a divining rod with a mouth--which are the two ingredients needed to tell fortunes. memory has almost no work at all to do.” More often than not. This will not always be possible.” It is easy to see the connection between the idiom and the character if you take its image literally: a single tongue being passed around from mouth to mouth. ready for the popping as the need arises. or as we say. that even where one part of speech is indicated for a character. but easy enough to remember as a pictograph. composed of a walking stick and a drop. but one’s first thought goes to the noun. but for the sake of practice. assume the most common. we will stick with the meaning of a divining rod or a magic wand. though. for example.  Note the indicator that the character for middle can be used as either a noun or an adjective. Now put the elements together by thinking of squeezing two more zeros out of an eyedropper alongside the number ten to make it a thousand. those tiny little pills that have helped turn honest competition into cut-throat business. but where it is.)
 tell fortunes
The elements here are a walking stick and a mouth.  As a primitive.  The characters for mouth and thousand naturally form the idea of tongue if one thinks of a thousand mouths able to speak the same language. Alternately. other possibilities may exist. soap might be taken as a verb. You may well wonder what they are doing there.  One of the scourges of sports like modern baseball has been the use of performance-enhancing drugs. This character is almost too simple to pull apart.
So all you need to do--given the primitives of a magic wand and a sunflower--is to think of the world’s most eminent magician as one who uses a sunflower for a magic wand (like a flower-child who goes around turning the world into peace and love). In addition to giving us two new characters.” you might say. But the characters do not follow that custom. go right on to the next frame. Now imagine her doing it fast and furiously.  Here we see our famous magic wand hanging. so we have to choose something else. you ask. Who better to deride than one's leaders? Again. On the other.上 下 卡 卓 朝 嘲
 ridicule (v. all on its own.  The key word card can stand for all sorts of things.  If you read off the elements in the character.)
The two directions. To keep the Wizard-of-Oz illusion that this power is beyond question and beyond the understanding of the masses. the whole complex is kept permanently shrouded in mist. a servant with a long cord hooked on a corner of the quarter moon. Picture a great palace with a powerful emperor seated on a throne in its innermost court. the two shapes in this and the preceding frame also serve to illustrate the difference between the primitive meanings for ceiling and floor: it all depends on whether the single horizontal line stands above or below the primitive element to which it is related. When he pulls on it. the moon tilts over and spills out a month’s supply of mist that keeps the myth of the dynasty alive. 
. easily remembered.  It is easy to imagine one of the great dynasties of China in all its glory. but let’s settle on a credit card for our image. On one side of the throne is a servant pulling on a cord to wave a gigantic fan back and forth. above and below. again and again. as you probably already guessed would happen. are usually pointed at with the finger.  The word eminent suggests a famous or well-known person. below the ceiling. since the two belong together and are best remembered as a unit. The primitives show a magic wand standing above a floor--“magically. with increasing impatience until your poor card is whittled away to a small strip of plastic. Perhaps the first thing that comes to mind is the picture ofa shopkeeper sliding your credit card up and down (from above to below and back again) in the reading machine to record your transaction.” When we think of what we commonly ridicule in civilized society. so turn it into a story that has you ridiculing a particular dynasty's court with particular bulfoonery. one of the oldest and most universal targets is the ruling elite. just as the words above and below suggest each other. you have something like “mouthing off at the dynasty. Anyway. Now all we have to figure out is what the elements moon and mist have to do with it. How do they do it. the explanation is too rational.
and clams will often come in handy. gigantic eye roaming the beaches on its slender little legs. running around with his divining rod looking for a chaste man. We leave it to you to decide which one has the better luck in his quest. there are only two cases where this is going to happen. the second of the two elements that make up this character. In fact. oysters. in addition to shellfish. Just remember the advice new employees get about keeping their mouths shut and doing their jobs. For instance. just with a more contemporary touch: the three horizontal strokes are replaced with a single vertical stroke running through the eye. Try to imagine the problem he would have reaching his back with the brush to paste. The simplified primitive element for eye does the same thing. To put this all together.)
When we run across abstract key words like this one. the best l way to get an image is to recall some common but suggestive phrase in which the word appears. Here we have an image of the famous shellfish. we suggested arching the two middle strokes to get the image of an iris. imagine a freakish shellfish with a single. we can think of the expression “it’s the only one ofits kind.  How do we get a mouth over a shellfish to mean an employee? Simple. scaring the wits out of the sunbathers.//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_04 只
贝 贴 贞 员
 shellfish (v. the meanings shells. with only a gigantic mouth and two wee animal legs. Oysterogenes.” Then we imagine a barker at a side-show advertising some strange pac-man like creature he has inside his tent. as when you paste something on a billboard. Think here of brushing on an adhesive. and then make that more graphic by picturing an oflice building full of white-collar workers scurrying around with clams pinched to their mouths. “Fortunes to tell! Fortunes to tell!”  You have heard of Diogenes running around with his lamp looking for an honest man. Note how this line“doubles up” with the first stroke of the element for animal legs. here and in FRAME 58.  When we learned the character (and primitive element) for eye back in FRAME 15.  When this character is used as a primitive. 
. and then see him strutting around and calling out. Here we have an oyster pasting a poster on his back to advertise his services in the dubious occupation of one who tells fortunes.
” For etymological reasons too involved to go into here.”  As a primitive  youngster element. No wonder something unfortunate happened!  While we refer to something insignificant as a “drop in the bucket. at least  how once. Hence we need only two  beginning and a pair of human legs to come to the character that means beginning. here doubled up with the first stroke of human legs. whether in the same shape as above or with the final stroke more shortly “hooked” (Fl). on which you find a single. in fact a book of only one page. radiant drop of wisdom. this form will mean human legs. This character refers to a blockhead.儿 几 见 元 页 顽 凡
Imagine these two strokes as the long-really l-o-n-g-legs of a youngster who is growing out of his clothes faster than his parents can buy them. The one at the top tells us that we only get a rather short book.? How many times must the cannonballs fly. stop and think of something really ordinary and then say... The explanation makes “sense. the iris of the eye is drawn with a single vertical stroke. As we saw in the element for shellfish a few frames ago. .. let us say “Pearl of Wisdom. Now surely. In the case of this character. a persistently stubborn person who sticks to an idea or a plan just the way it was at the beginning.” Bob Dylan’s anti-war song of the 196os: “How many roads must a man walk down. “It’s just a drop in the wind”-and imagine what that might actually  ordinary look like.. small table. Cain to animal-raising.. this character can take the secondary meaning of a “small table. Back up to the image we used two frames ago-Adam and Eve in their Eden-and try again: The root of all this goes back to the beginning...  What we have to do here is turn a shellfish into a page of a book.” and then open the quaint book to its one and only page. Picture these two seeking the favors of heaven. we are not told as much.” the character for ordinary shows us a “drop in the wind.  “In the beginning. While we presume two were made of every other creature as well. no matter what comes up along the way. it can also mean wind. there is a vivid  see image just waiting to be dragged up to help you remember this character. To associate the character with the primary meaning. Abel stuck to agriculture. and tells us that when it came to humanity the Creator made two of them. It talks about how all things were made. .” starts that marvelous shelf of books we call the Bible. many? The elements that compose the character for see are the eye firmly fixed to a pair of human legs. somewhere in your experience. We will meet the full character for wind only in FRAME 1170. one of the masterpiece poems of nature. In addition to the primary meaning of how many.” but is hard to remember because the word “beginning” is too abstract.” To make the image stick as clearly as water dropping into a bucket. we will stick with the meaning of wind and. 
. Imagine a title printed on the shell of an oyster. with two brothers each defending his own way of life and asking their God to bless it favorably.?"  As a primitive. think of the verses to “Blowin’ in the Wind. man and woman. one of them with an  stubborn unusually stubborn grimace on his face. he is literally “all legs. this character will often  page take the unrelated meaning of a head (preferably one detached from its body).  As a primitive.
肌 负 万 匀 句 旬 勺 的
One of the more common ways of testing the strength of one’s muscles is to lock hands with a local hulk on a small table top and arm wrestle.  The two primitives bound up and two (clearer in the hand-drawn form) combine to give the meaning of uniform. Now imagine two oysters engaged in shell-to-shell combat. which advances according to units of one thousand.” the solution is near at hand. and then recall the childhood jingle. This is the most frequently used character in Chinese.  (n. To be more precise. as if it were written 5. But--it ALSO means bull’s eye. and below. The bound shellfish thus becomes the symbol for anyone or anything that has defeated been defeated. whose connotations the tales of Boccaccio have done much to enrich. two.) By combining the two primitives bound up and mouth. depicted by the elements for part of the body and  small table. unlike the West.  decameron If you want to bind up drops of anything-water.) There simply is not a good phrase in English for the block of ten days which this character represents. the victor  towering triumphantly over it. buckle my shoe.) Given that the comma is used in larger numbers to bind up a numerical unit of four digits. lemonade-you use something to scoop these drops up. which is what we call a ladle.  (adj. (Thus. One of the real challenges for primary school teachers is to keep students from scattering in every which direction. 
 bull's eye
. the part of the body you test by literally bringing it to the small table.  muscle Above we have the condensed form of bound up. the familiar shellfish. So we resurrect the classical term decameron. for instance.0000. two. “One. bind up my  shoes. 50.” This keeps them from straying very far from the group and helps teachers provide a uniform uniform education. The muscle is. The mouth suggests it is a spoken sentence. the one who is defeated being bound and gagged with seaweed. it is easy to see how this character can have the  meaning of a sentence. therefore. a group of people bound  together for the days of the decameron.  (adj. the  ten thousand elements for one and bound up naturally come to form ten thousand.000 would be read “five ten-thousands” by a Chinese. it refers to a journey of ten days taken by a band of people-that is. the shoes. soup. This is the image here. If you think of the final touch to a school outfit. it is a cluster of sentence words bound up tightly and neatly so that they will fit in your mouth. See the last drop left inside the ladle?  The elements white bird and ladle easily suggest the image of a bull’s eye if you imagine a rusty old ladle with a bull’s eye painted on it in the form ofa tiny white bird.) Chinese count higher numbers in units of ten thousand. serving a number of common grammatical functions. Instead of having children buckle their shoes. they can be taught to tie their shoelaces together by changing the lyrics to read “One. who lets out a little “peep” every time you hit the target. Actually.
)  left (n. Together they bring to mind the picture of a moose-head hanging on the den wall.)
Reading this character from the top down. / adj. each fitted out with antlers and a whopper of a nose. The plural form is used to stress the frequent metaphorical use of the term to refer to various kinds of heads. as is the case here. Here we get a good look at what we mentioned when we first introduced the element for horns: that they can never be left floating free and require an extra horizontal stroke to prevent that from happening. we have: horns nose. with its great horns and long nose. It might help to see a number of the latter lined up on the den wall alongside the moose.首 shǒu //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_05 直 zhí 置 zhì 具 jù 真 zhēn 工 gōng 左 zuǒ
 heads  straight  set up  tool  true  work (n. 
. including heads of state.
 rule (n. / adj.右 有 贿 贡 项 刀 刃 切 召 昭 则
yòu yǒu huì gòng
 right (n.)
xiàng  item dāo rèn qiē zhào zhāo zé
 cut (v.)
 bribe (n.
.副 fù 丁 dīng 叮 dīng 可 kě 哥 gē 顶 dǐng //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_06 乙 yǐ 飞 fēi
 vice fourth  sting (v.)  fly (v.)  can (aux.)  older brother  crest  second (adj.
 be like
 pierce  elder brother
.子 孔 吼 乱 了 女 好 如 母 贯 兄
zǐ kǒng hǒu luàn le nǚ hǎo rú mǔ guàn xiōng
 roar (v.
)  evening
.克 kè //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_07 小 xiǎo 少 shǎo 吵 chǎo 孙 sūn 大 dà 尖 jiān 夕 xī
 overcome (v.)  small  few  noisy  grandchild  large  tip (n.
多 够 外 名 罗 厂 厅 厉 厚 石 砂
duō gòu wài míng luó
 name (n.)
 silk gauze
chǎngfactory tīng lì hòu shí shā
.妙 miào 肖 xiào 削 xiāo 光 guāng 太 tài 省 shěng 奇 qí //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_08 川 chuān
 wonderful  resemble  peel (v.)  ray  overly  economize  strange  stream (n.
州 顺 水 永 脉 求 泉 原 泳 洲 沼
zhōu shùn shuǐ yǒng mài qiú quán yuán yǒng zhōu zhǎo
 state (n.)
 eternity  blood vessels  request (v.)
 water (n.)  spring (n.
 juice (n.)
.)  fishing (n.沙 江 汁 潮 源 活 消 河 鱼 渔 湖
shā jiāng zhī cháo yuán huó xiāo hé yú yú hú
 sand (n.)
 fish (n.
)  pressure (n.)
 waaah!  Chinese inch
 seal (v.)
 soil (n.)
 fill in
 spit (v.测 土 均 肚 尘 填 吐 压 哇 寸 封
cè tǔ jūn dù chén tián tǔ yā wā cùn fēng
 fathom (v.
 ashes  vexed (adj.时 寺 火 灭 灰 烦 炎 淡 灯 点 照
shí sì huǒ miè huī fán yán dàn dēng diǎn zhào
 time  Buddhist temple
 fire (n.)
 spot (n.)
 thin (adj.)
//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_09 里 lǐ 量 liàng 埋 mái 黑 hēi 墨 mò 冒 mào 同 tóng 洞 dòng
 li  quantity  bury  black  black ink  risk (v.)  same  cave
 guard (v.) shàng zì shǒu wán zāi xuān xiāo ān
 esteem (v.)
 finish (v.丽 向 响 尚 字 守 完 灾 宣 宵 安
xiàng orientation xiǎng echo (n.)
宴 yàn 寄 jì 富 fù 贮 zhù //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_10 木 mù 林 lín 森 sēn 梦 mèng
 banquet  mail (v.)  wealthy  store up  tree  woods  forest  dream (n.)
 apricot  dimwitted
xiāng another běn àn wèi mò
 not yet
 last (n.)
.机 植 杏 呆 枯 村 相 本 案 未 末
jī zhí xìng dāi kū cūn
 plant (v. / adj.
沫 味 妹 查 渣 染 李 桌 杂 若 草
mò wèi mèi chá zhā rǎn lǐ zhuō zá ruò cǎo
 flavor (n.)  younger sister
 dye (v.)
 as if
 imitate  desert (n.)
.艺 苦 宽 莫 模 漠 墓 苗 瞄
yì kǔ kuān mò mó mò mù miáo miáo
 technique  suffering (n.
//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_11 兆 zhào 桃 táo 犬 quǎn 尤 yóu 厌 yàn 状 zhuàng 妆 zhuāng 将 jiàng
 portent  peach  pooch  remarkable  detest  state of affairs  put on makeup  General
 cow  special (adj.)
.获 默 然 哭 器 臭 狗 牛 特 告 浩
huò mò rán kū qì chòu gǒu niú tè gào hào
 sort of thing
 cry (v.)
 utensil  stinking (adj.
先 xiān 洗 xǐ //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_12 个 gè 介 jiè 界 jiè 茶 chá 合 hé 哈 hā
 before  wash (v.)  ha!
.)  individual  introduce  world  tea  fit (v.
塔 王 玉 宝 球 现 玩 狂 皇 煌 呈
wáng  king yù bǎo qiú xiàn wán
 jade  treasure (n.)
 ball  present (adj.)
 play (v.)
kuángcrazy huángemperor huángresplendent chéngsubmit
  
.全 理 主 注 金 钟 铜 钓 针 钉 铭
quán lǐ zhǔ zhù jīn
zhōng bell tóng diào zhēn dīng míng
 go fishin'  needle (n.)
 nail (n.
)  stride  speedy
.)  distant  suitable  cross (v.镇 zhèn //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_13 道 dào 达 dá 远 yuǎn 适 shì 过 guò 迈 mài 迅 xùn
 at ease  way  reach (v.
造 逃 巡 选 逊 逛 车 连 莲 前 剪
zào táo xún xuǎn xùn
 create  escape (v.)
 patrol (v.)
guàngstroll chē lián lián qián jiǎn
 car  one after another
 in front
输 逾 条 处 各 格 略 客 额 夏 洛
shū yú tiáo chù gè gé lüè kè é xià luò
 strip (n.)
落 luò 备 bèi //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_14 冗 rǒng 沉 chén 军 jūn 辉 huī 冠 guān 坑 kēng
 fall  prepare  superfluous  profound  army  radiance  crown  pit (n.)
亩 高 享 熟 亭 亮 京 景 就 周 士
 Chinese acre
xiǎng enjoy shú tíng liàng jīng jǐng jiù zhōu shì
 at once
)  senses (n.)  attack  enemy  fail  deliberately
.吉 jí 壮 zhuàng //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_15 学 xué 觉 jué 攻 gōng 敌 dí 败 bài 故 gù
 lucky  robust  study (v.
 yield (n.)
chǎngspacious yán jǐng jì ràng yù tǎo xùn shí
 say  police (n.救 敬 敞 言 警 计 让 狱 讨 训 识
 rescue (v.)
 plan (n.)
话 huà 诗 shī 语 yǔ 调 diào 谈 tán //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_16 式 shì 试 shì 戈 gē
 talk (n.)  poem  language  tune (n.)  discuss  style (n.)  test  halberd
chéng city chéngsincere wēi xián
 might (n.) 
.战 划 或 贼 载 茂 成 城 诚 威 咸
zhàn huá huò zéi zài mào
 war  scratch (v.
)  shallow  cheap  Yao  fever  dawn  stop (v.)  footstep
.钱 qián 浅 qiǎn 贱 jiàn 尧 Yáo 烧 shāo 晓 xiǎo //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_17 止 zhǐ 步 bù
 coin (n.
 levy (n. / adj.)
zhèngevidence zhèngpolitics dìng zǒu
 settle on 
 agree  look forward to  military (adj.涉 频 肯 企 武 赋 正 证 政 定 走
shè pín kěn qǐ wǔ fù
 ford (v.)  correct (v.
超 chāo 越 yuè 是 shì 题 tí 延 yán 诞 dàn 建 jiàn 楚 chǔ //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_18
 transcend  surpass  be  topic  prolong  nativity  build  clear (adj.)
zhuāng attire (n.衣 裁 装 哀 袁 初 补 衬 农 浓 巾
 tailor (v.)  inner garments
.) āi yuán chū bǔ chèn nóng nóng jīn
 patch (v.
帅 师 狮 布 帜 帽 幕 棉 市 肺 带
shuài commander shī shī bù zhì mào mù mián shì fèi dài
 cotton  market (n.)
滞 刺 制 雨 雷 霜 云 运 冰 况 冲
zhì cì zhì yǔ léi
 rain  thunder (n.)
shuāng frost yún yùn bīng
减 凉 冬 天 吴 娱 误 夭 乔 桥 娇
jiǎn liáng dōng tiān wú yú wù yāo qiáo qiáo jiāo
 die young
)  juvenile (n.立 泣 站 章 竞 帝 童 商 滴 匕 北
lì qì zhàn
 standing up (adj.)  ancient spoon
shāngsalesman dī bǐ běi
 drip (v.)
zhāngchapter jìng dì tóng
 compete  sovereign (n.)
 weep  station (n.
 mix (v.背 比 昆 混 皆 此 些 它 旨 脂 论
bèi bǐ kūn hùn jiē cǐ xiē tā zhǐ zhī lùn
 back (n.)
 this (literary)
 blow (v.)
 lack (v.轮 每 梅 海 乞 吃 复 腹 欠 吹 歌
lún měi méi hǎi qǐ chī fù fù qiàn chuī gē
 every  small plum
 eat  duplicate (v.)
软 ruǎn 次 cì 资 zī 姿 zī 咨 zī //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_19 赔 péi 培 péi 音 yīn
 soft  next  assets  looks (n.)  consult with  compensate  cultivate  sound
)  absurd (adj.暗 韵 竟 镜 境 亡 盲 妄 望 方 妨
àn yùn jìng jìng jìng wáng máng wàng
 dark  rhyme (n.)
 boundary  deceased (adj.)  blind (adj.)
wàng expect fāng fáng
放 激 旁 兑 脱 说 曾 增 赠
fàng jī páng duì tuō shuō céng zēng zèng
 release (v.)
 side (n.)  convert (v.)
 formerly  increase (v.)  make a present of
//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_20 也 yě 她 tā 地 dì 池 chí 虫 chóng 虾 xiā 独 dú 虽 suī
 also  she  ground (n.)  pond  insect  shrimp  alone  although
蛇 蛋 己 起 改 记 已 包 泡 导 顾
shé dàn jǐ qǐ gǎi jì yǐ bāo pào dǎo gù
 wrap (v.)
 guide (v.)
 look back
chǎng site tāng yáng měi yáng xiān yàng lán làn
.逐 家 场 汤 羊 美 洋 鲜 样 兰 烂
 pursue  house (n.
 noon  permit (v.差 着 养 集 准 谁 售 午 许 羽 习
chà zhe yǎng jí zhǔn shéi shòu wǔ xǔ yǔ xí
 fall short of
 raise (v.)
 gather  standard (n.)
)  park (n.)
.翔 xiáng //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_21 困 kùn 固 gù 国 guó 圆 yuán 因 yīn 烟 yān 园 yuán
 soar  trapped  solid  country  round  cause (n.)  smoke (n.
guǎngextensive diàn kù kù
 store (n.回 图 广 店 库 裤 床 麻 庄 心 忘
 return (v.)
chuáng  bed má
zhuāng hamlet xīn
.)  picture (n.
忍 总 态 志 思 恩 愿 意 想 息 恐
rěn zǒng tài zhì sī ēn yuàn yì
 endure  general (adj.)
 wish (n.)
xiǎng think xī kǒng
 fear (v.
)  busy (adj.感 gǎn 憾 hàn 忧 yōu 惊 jīng 怕 pà 忙 máng 惯 guàn 必 bì //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_22
 feel (v.)  regret (n.)  worried  startled  dread (v.)  accustomed to  certainly
)  combat (v.)
 I  embrace (v.)
 strike (v.手 看 摩 拿 我 抱 抗 批 招 打 指
shǒu kàn mó ná wǒ bào kàng pī zhāo dǎ zhǐ
 look at
 hold (v.)
 finger (n.)
 clench  heat (n.)
 bring up
 stir (v. / v.持 担 括 提 挥 推 搅 执 热 接 挂
chí dàn kuò dī huī tuī jiǎo zhí rè jiē guà
 support (v.)  welcome (v.
 open (v.)
 play with
 look for
 nothing  comfort (v.)  grind away (v.按 掉 拉 啦 找 无 抚 开 研 弄 异
àn diào lā la zhǎo wú fǔ kāi yán nòng yì
 press down on
 drop (v.
鼻 刑 型 才 财 团 存 在 乃 奶 及
bí xíng xíng cái cái tuán cún zài nǎi nǎi jí
 mold (v.)  catch up with
 only then
 milk (n.)
 troupe  deposit (v.
吸 极 史 更 硬 又 圣 友 双 汉 戏
xī jí shǐ gèng yìng yòu
 inhale  extreme (n.)
 history  even more
shèng holy yǒu
shuāng  pair hàn xì
 frolic (v.)
.观 欢 怪 对 树 难 摊 投 没 设 股
guān huān guài duì shù nán tān tóu méi shè gǔ
 peculiar  that's right
 difficult  vendor's stand
 throw (v.)
 not have  establish (v.
支 技 枝 叔 督 寂 反 板 返 后 质
zhī jì zhī shū dū jì fǎn bǎn fǎn hòu zhì
 go back
派 乐 爪 抓 采 菜 受 授 爱 么 雄
pài yuè zhǎo zhuā cǎi cài shòu shòu ài me
 claw (n.)
 pick (v.)
 love (n. / v.)
台 治 始 去 法 会 至 室 到 互 充
tái zhì shǐ qù fǎ huì zhì shì dào hù
)  comb (n.)  mountain  exit (v.)  purchase (v.育 yù 流 liú 梳 shū 购 gòu 构 gòu //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_23 山 shān 出 chū 础 chǔ
 education  flow (v.)  foundation
.)  frame (v.
 impoverished  public (adj.)
 pine tree
 bathe  desire (n. / v.)
 part (n.岁 密 入 分 贫 公 松 谷 浴 欲 容
suì mì rù fēn pín gōng sōng gǔ yù yù róng
 years of age  secret (adj.
溶 róng //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_24 赏 shǎng 党 dǎng 常 cháng 堂 táng 皮 pí 波 bō 婆 pó
 dissolve  prize (n.)  waves  old woman
.)  political party  often  main room  covering (n.
 line up
 inter (v.破 被 歹 列 烈 死 葬 耳 取 趣 最
pò bèi dǎi liè liè sǐ zàng ěr qǔ qù zuì
 break (v.)
 quilt (n.
)  overflow (v.)  feudal official
.职 敢 曼 慢 漫 夫 规 替 失 铁 臣
zhí gǎn màn màn màn fū guī tì shī tiě chén
 job  brave (adj.)
 iron (n.)  drawn out  slow (adj.
 move (v.)
 encourage  experience (n. / v.)
.力 边 势 动 励 历 另 别 拐 男 功
lì biān shì dòng lì lì lìng bié guǎi nán gōng
 force (n.)
 male (n.)
 turn (v.
 shelf (n.办 协 苏 为 奴 努 加 贺 架 务 雾
bàn xié sū wèi nú nǔ jiā hè jià wù wù
 act (v.)
 toil (v.)
 slave (n.)
)  toward  morality  tiny  street
. v.)  treat (v.行 háng 律 lǜ 得 děi 待 dài 往 wǎng 德 dé 微 wēi 街 jiē //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_25
 line of business  law  must (aux.
 hold tight
 profit (n.禾 程 和 积 种 移 秋 愁 揪 利 香
 standing grain  journey (n.)
chéng hé jī
zhǒngspecies yí qiū chóu jiū lì xiāng
 shift (v.)  perfume (n.)
季 委 秀 透 诱 米 粉 迷 谜 类 来
jì wěi xiù tòu yòu mǐ fěn mí mí lèi lái
 rice  powder (n.)
 kind (n.
.) děng suàn dá cè
 etc.)  multistory building
 laugh (v.)
xiāng (n.数 楼 竹 笑 箱 等 算 答 策
shù lóu zhú xiào
 number (n.
 calculate  answer (v.
//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_26 人 rén 认 rèn 价 jià 份 fèn 伪 wěi 尔 ěr 你 nǐ 您 nín
 person  recognize  price  portion  bogus  you (literary)  you  you (respectful)
称 什 值 做 但 住 位 件 仍 他 仅
chēngweigh shén zhí zuò dàn zhù wèi jiàn réng tā jǐn
 value (n.)
 dwell  position (n.)
 still (adv.
)  upside down
 excellent  wound (n.)
 faith  depend on
 halt (v.)
.休 体 信 依 例 健 停 倒 仁 优 伤
xiū tǐ xìn yī lì jiàn tíng dǎo rén yōu
 rest (v.
)  flower (n.)  government office  bow one's head  substitute for
 bag (n.)
 splendor  clamor (n.)
 pay (v.)
.保 堡 付 府 俯 代 袋 化 华 哗 花
bǎo bǎo fù fǔ fǔ dài dài huà huá huá huā
 safeguard (v.
 third  handle (n.货 何 便 丈 使 久 内 呐 丙 柄 肉
huò hé biàn
 convenient  100 Chinese inches
zhàng shǐ jiǔ nèi nà bǐng bǐng ròu
 use (v.)
 long time
 holler (v.
)  thirsty
.)  witch  drink (v.腐 fǔ 从 cóng 众 zhòng 坐 zuò 座 zuò 巫 wū 喝 hē 渴 kě //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_27
 rotten  follow  multitude  sit  seat (n.
任 廷 庭 头 实 买 卖 读 以 似 并
rèn tíng tíng tóu shí mǎi mài dú yǐ sì bìng
 appoint  royal court  court of law
 head (n.)
 by means of
 similar  combine (v.
 labor (n.)
 glory (n.)
.拼 吕 侣 荣 劳 营 善 年 夜 液
pīn lǚ lǚ róng láo yíng shàn nián yè yè
 piece together
 spine  associate (n.)
 camp (n.
//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_28 旅 lǚ 施 shī 游 yóu 勿 wù 忽 hū 物 wù 易 yì 赐 cì
 travel (v.)  execute  go swimming  not  suddenly  thing  easy  grant (v.)
)  reside  saw (n. 呢 ní 泥 ní 屋 wū 握 wò 居 jū 锯 jù //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_29
 corpse  nun  woolen cloth  mud  habitation  grip (v.尸 shī 尼 ní ne.)
剧 据 层 局 尺 尽 户 房 雇 护 示
jù jù céng jú chǐ jìn hù fáng gù hù shì
 hire (v.)
 show (v.)
)  offer sacrifice
chóng jì chá
 prohibit  front of a garment
 religion  worship (v.社 礼 视 福 标 禁 襟 宗 崇 祭 察
shè lǐ shì fú biāo jìn jīn zōng
 mark (n.
.擦 由 抽 油 甲 押 申 伸 神 果 课
cā yóu chōu yóu jiǎ yā shēn shēn shén guǒ kè
 scrub  wherefore (n.)
 take out
 pawn (v.
颗 kē //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_30 斤 jīn 听 tīng 所 suǒ 近 jìn 斩 zhǎn 暂 zàn 渐 jiàn
 granule  catty (n.)  listen  place (n.)  near  hew  temporary  gradually
 accuse  for the first time
 snow (n.断 折 哲 逝 斥 诉 乍 怎 昨 作 雪
duàn zhé zhé shì chì sù zhà zěn zuó zuò xuě
 philosopher  pass away  reprimand (v.)
.灵 妇 扫 寻 急 当 档 录 碌 争 净
líng fù sǎo xún jí dāng dàng lù lù
 spirit  married woman
 work as
 files  record (v.)  commonplace (adj.)
 clean (adj.
事 唐 糖 康 尹 伊 君 裙 群 而 需
shì táng táng kāng yǐn yī jūn qún qún ér xū
 overseer  Queen Elizabeth
 skirt (n.)  crowd (n.)
 need (v.)
)  academic discipline
.儒 瑞 端 曲 斗 料 科 用 确
rú ruì duān qū dǒu liào kē yòng què
 big dipper  material (n.
//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_31 昔 xī 借 jiè 错 cuò 散 sǎn 撒 sǎ 廿 niàn 席 xí 度 dù
 times past  borrow  mistaken  scattered  scatter  twenty  mat  degrees
 fat (adj.)
 slice (n.)
 judge (v.)  printing plate
.渡 半 伴 胖 判 眷 拳 片 版 之 乏
dù bàn bàn pàng pàn juàn quán piàn bǎn zhī fá
 ferry (n.)
 half (n. / adj.)
 dependents  boxing (n.
)  cup  give back  cherish
.)  no  negate  bad  ring (n.眨 zhǎ 不 bù 否 fǒu 坏 huài 环 huán 杯 bēi 还 huán 怀 huái //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_32
 blink (v.
 spear (n.矢 族 知 智 矛 柔 揉 予 序 预 野
shǐ zú zhī zhì máo róu róu yǔ xù yù yě
 dart (n.)
 wild (adj.)
 bestow  preface (n.
qiáng strong ruò dān dàn
 list (n.)
 bow (n.)
.班 临 坚 贤 弓 引 弥 强 弱 单 弹
bān lín jiān xián gōng yǐn mí
 be about to
 firm (adj.)
 fill (v.)
 draw (v.
.  adroit  appellation  somebody  shoot (v.费 fèi 佛 fó 弟 dì 第 dì 巧 qiǎo 号 hào //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_33 身 shēn 射 shè
 expense  Buddha  younger brother  No.
.谢 老 考 烤 与 写 泻 孝 教 者 著
xiè lǎo kǎo kǎo yǔ xiě xiè xiào jiāo zhě zhù
 old man  take an exam
 roast (v.)
 filial piety
 someone  author (v.)
 offer (v.
 lower leg
 run (v.)
.猪 追 官 管 父 交 效 较 校 足 跑
zhū zhuī guān guǎn fù jiāo xiào jiào xiào zú pǎo
 effect (n.)
 relatively  school (n.
跳 tiào 路 lù 露 lù 骨 gǔ 滑 huá //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_34 阿ā 啊ā 随 suí
 jump (v.)  path  dew  skeleton  slippery  Apollo  aah!  as you wish
 Inst.阳 阴 荫 防 附 际 阶 院 阵 队 坠
yáng yīn yìn fáng fù jì jiē yuàn zhèn duì jiē
 ward off
 attach  occasion (n.  battle formation
 team  plunge (v.
降 穴 究 突 空 控 深 探 丘 兵
jiàng xué jiū tū kōng kòng shēn tàn qiū bīng
 empty  control (v.)
 spy (n.)
)  end (n.)  line (n.)
.//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_35 丝 sī 织 zhī 线 xiàn 维 wéi 统 tǒng 给 gěi 结 jié 终 zhōng
 silk  weave (v.)  maintain  continuum  give  tie (v.
级 纪 红 约 细 纵 绿 经 轻 续 继
jí jì hóng yuē xì zòng lǜ jīng qīng xù jì
 rank (n.)
 continue  carry on (v.)
 red  make an appointment
 fine (adj.)
 scripture  lightweight (adj.
药 yào 系 xì 紧 jǐn //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_36 却 què 脚 jiǎo 服 fú 报 bào 命 mìng
 medicine  lineage  tight  withdraw  foot  apparel  newspaper  fate
 chat (v.贸 留 溜 聊 柳 节 卫 令 冷 零 领
mào liú liū liáo liǔ jié wèi lìng lěng líng lǐng
 trade (n.)
 collar (n.)
 defend  orders (n.)
 stay (v.)
 slide (v.
. / v.通 勇 仓 枪 创 犯 危 脆 印
tōng yǒng cāng
qiāng gun chuàng fàn wēi cuì yìn
 initiate (v.)
 fragile  print (n.)  criminal (n.
//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_37 酒 jiǔ 配 pèi 酋 qiú 尊 zūn 遵 zūn 豆 dòu 短 duǎn 厨 chú
 liquor  distribute  chieftain  venerate (v.)  abide by  beans  short  kitchen
/ v.鼓 喜 血 盖 温 监 篮 蓝 银 跟 很
gǔ xǐ xuè gài wēn jiān lán lán yín gēn hěn
 silver  heel (n.)
根 即 退 腿 限 眼 良 浪 娘 食 饭
gēn jí tuì tuǐ xiàn yǎn liáng làng
 root (n.)
 eyelet  highquality (adj.)
niáng mom shí fàn
. / v.)
 immediately  retreat (v.)
 leg  limit (n.
 since  approximate (adj.餐 cān 馆 guǎn 既 jì 概 gài //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_38 平 píng 评 píng 坪 píng 乎 hū
 dine  Bldg.)  even (adj.)  evaluate  level ground  ooh!
 wind (n.) huà
 hope (v.呼 希 稀 杀 风 讽 冈 刚 网 画 凶
hū xī xī shā fēng fěng gāng gāng
 shout (v.)
 mock  ridge of a hill
 just now
wǎng net (n.
胸 脑 恼 离 禽 义 议 蚁 辛 辩 辟
xiōng bosom nǎo nǎo lí qín yì yì yǐ xīn biàn pì
 leave (v.)
 peppery  dispute (v.)
 righteousness  deliberate (v.
壁 避 亲 新 薪 幸 叫 收 亥 核 孩
bì bì qīn xīn xīn xìng jiào shōu hài hé hái
 partition (n.)
 fuel  good fortune
 call (v.)
 receive  sign of the hog
)  territory  frigid  competition
.刻 kè 该 gāi 术 shù 述 shù 襄 xiāng 壤 rǎng 寒 hán 赛 sài //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_39
 carve  should  art  narrate  aid (v.
毒 麦 素 青 精 请 情 睛 清 静 责
dú mài sù qīng jīng qǐng qíng jīng qīng jìng zé
 poison (n.)
 wheat  vegetarian diet  blue or green
shēng life xīng xìng xìng
 star (n.)
.)  cut off (v.绩 表 生 星 姓 性 胜 丰 害 割 慧
 accomplishments  surface (n.)
shèngvictory fēng hài gē huì
 harm (n.
韦 围 伟 春 泰 奉 棒 击 陆 专 传
wéi wéi wěi chūn tài fèng bàng jī lù
 tanned hide
 tranquil  proffer (v.)  cudgel (n.)
 spread (v.)
 beat (v.
.)  sleep (v.)  now  harbor (v.转 zhuàn 勤 qín 谨 jǐn 垂 chuí 锤 chuí 睡 shuì //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_40 今 jīn 含 hán
 rotate  diligent  careful  droop  hammer (n.
)  practice (v.)
.)  exhibit (v.)
 building  freeze (v.)
 opt for
 want (v.念 东 栋 冻 陈 练 拣 西 要 腰 票
niàn dōng dòng dòng chén liàn jiǎn xī yào yāo piào
 miss (v.
漂 piào 贾 gǔ 南 nán //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_41 门 mén 们 men 闲 xián 问 wèn 间 jiàn
 drift (v.)  merchant  south  gate  (plural)  leisure  ask  interval
简 闻 非 排 罪 靠 侯 候 决 快 块
jiǎn wén fēi pái zuì kào hóu hòu jué kuài kuài
 row (n.)
 fast (adj.)
 lean on
 wait (v.)
 lump (n.
)  Yu  eaves  excess
.筷 kuài //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_42 干 gān 岸 àn 旱 hàn 赶 gǎn 于 yú 宇 yǔ 余 yú
 chopsticks  dry (adj.)  shore  drought  hurry (v.
)  bundle up  quick  spicy hot  entire  heavy  understand
.除 chú 途 tú 束 shù 速 sù 辣 là 整 zhěng 重 zhòng 懂 dǒng //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_43
 eliminate  route (n.
 look up to
 send out
.病 痛 疯 区 枢 欧 医 仰 迎 登 发
bìng tòng fēng qū shū ōu yī yǎng yíng dēng fā
 ache (v.
)  hue  have to  participate  wretched  repair (v.)
.)  shadow (n.)  shape (n.废 fèi //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_44 形 xíng 影 yǐng 彩 cǎi 须 xū 参 cān 惨 cǎn 修 xiū
 discard (v.
.珍 产 彦 颜 文 蚊 这 齐 济 率 摔
zhēn chǎn yàn yán wén wén zhè qí jì
 erudite  countenance (n.)
shuài rate (n.) shuāi
 tumble (v.
 bar (n.)
 grasp (v.央 英 唤 换 巴 把 爸 吧 色 绝 艳
yāng yīng huàn huàn bā bǎ bà bā sè jué yàn
 call out  exchange (v.)
 color (n.)
)  tremendously  Sphinx  expensive
.)  his-hersits-theirs  period of time  base (n.//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_45 甘 gān 某 mǒu 其 qí 期 qī 基 jī 甚 shèn 斯 sī 贵 guì
 sweet  such and such (adj.
)  universal
.)  moreover  older sister  group (n.)  ancestor  assist (v. / v.遗 yí 舞 wǔ //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_46 且 qiě 姐 jiě 组 zǔ 祖 zǔ 助 zhù 普 pǔ
 bequeath  dance (n.
xiàng lane gǎng
 port (n. / v.业 显 亚 恶 严 共 供 巷 港
yè xiǎn yà è yán gòng gōng
 together  supply (n.
)  lecture (v.)  angle  untie  orifice  once more  flat (adj.//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_47 井 jǐng 讲 jiǎng 进 jìn 角 jiǎo 解 jiě 嘴 zuǐ 再 zài 扁 biǎn
 well (n.)  advance (v.)
篇 piān 编 biān 典 diǎn //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_48 氏 shì 纸 zhǐ 昏 hūn 婚 hūn 低 dī
 piece of writing  compile  canon  family name  paper  dusk  marriage  low
 department  young man
 help (v.底 民 眠 甫 辅 博 搏 都 部 郎 帮
dǐ mín mián fǔ fǔ bó bó dū bù láng bāng
 people  slumber (n.)
 Fu  supplement (v.
乡 xiāng //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_49 段 duàn 锻 duàn 幻 huàn 司 sī 词 cí 书 shū 舟 zhōu
 countryside  section (n.)  unreal  take charge of  word (n.)  book  boat
.)  forge (v.
.船 chuán 般 bān 盘 pán 搬 bān 瓜 guā 孤 gū //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_50 益 yì 假 jià
 ship (n.)  tray  relocate  melon  orphan  benefit (n.)  sort (n.)  vacation (n.
.) chéngundertake zhēng
 steam (v.)
 vapor  face-toface  leather (n.暇 气 汽 面 革 鞋 勒 馨 声 承 蒸
xiá qì qì miàn gé xié lè xīn
 spare time
 air (n.
)  fur
.)  turn over  broadcast (v.//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_51 牙 yá 穿 chuān 呀 ya 释 shì 番 fān 翻 fān 播 bō 毛 máo
 tooth  pass through  wow!  explain  try (n.
.尾 笔 托 宅 展 丧 长 张 涨
wěi bǐ tuō zhái zhǎn sàng
 entrust  dwelling (n.)
 stretch (v.
//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_52 雁 yàn 应 yīng 兴 xìng 举 jǔ 检 jiǎn 脸 liǎn 险 xiǎn 鸟 niǎo
 wild goose  ought to  excitement  lift up  examine  face (n.)  perilous  bird
 island  encounter (v.)
.)  shake (v.鸡 鹰 鸭 岛 遇 缺 遥 摇 兔 逸 免
jī yīng yā dǎo yù quē yáo yáo tù yì miǎn
 duck (n.)
 deficient  remote (adj.
晚 wǎn 象 xiàng 像 xiàng //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_53 马 mǎ 妈 mā 吗 ma 骂 mà 验 yàn
 nightfall  elephant  likeness  horse  mama  yes or no  scold (v.)  check (v.)
骑 qí 虎 hǔ 虑 lǜ 虚 xū 鹿 lù 熊 xióng 能 néng //Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_54 寅 yín
 ride (v.)  tiger  ponder  false  deer  bear (n.)  ability  sign of the tiger
演 辰 晨 关 送 联 鬼 魔 龙 袭
yǎn chén chén guān sòng lián guǐ mó lóng xí
 perform  sign of the dragon
 shut (v.)
 raid (v.)
//Remembering Simplified Hanzi/RSH1_55 那 nà 哪 nǎ 两 liǎng 俩 liǎ 满 mǎn 县 xiàn 悬 xuán 窗 chuāng
 that  which?  dos  duo  full  county  suspend  window
)  be enamored of
.电 掩 丑 扭 黄 横 赤 亦 弯 湾 恋
diàn yǎn chǒu niǔ
 twist (v.)
huángyellow héng chì yì wān wān liàn
 likewise  curved (adj.)
 bay (n.
 belong to
 cover (n.)
 brand (n.变 卑 牌 套 曰 属
biàn bēi pái tào yuē shǔ
 change (v.