||Chinese is a difficult language to learn, because of Chinese is not alphabetic writing it is very hard to know the pronunciation of each word. So we hope to design a more convenient way of learning for the Chinese beginners and provide to officers on the edition of teaching materials. Therefore we require a lot of Chinese characters, so we choose to use part of the "Chinese Character Component Searching System of Academia Sinica" has the form of phonetic sound of the pictophonetic characters. Chinese beginners can determine from phonetic complement to the pronunciation of a word, because of pictophonetic characters are accounted for more than 90 percent of Chinese characters that are general used and formed by phonetic complement and semantic complement. Check all the words’ different Pronunciation through "Hanyu Da Cidian", and then marked by the experts in the literature and confirm the phonetic complement. Afterwards to use multilevel association rule mining to mine the rules of pictophonetic characters to words. Users can choose specified level to observe the effect of not only the pronunciation level, but also initials, vowels, tones level and phonemes level. Final we can suggest some words to the beginners.|
|| Shen X., “Origin of Chinese Character,”100. (說文解字.敘 , 許慎)|
 http://cdp.sinica.edu.tw/cdphanzi/ , Chinese Character Component Searching System of Academia Sinica.
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