# Lesson 1.1 - Eight b ā...

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Please do not copy, cite, reproduce or circulate without the permission of  Cheong Lee Peng, CLS, NUS Lesson 1.1 (Page 15)

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Please do not copy, cite, reproduce or circulate without the permission of  Cheong Lee Peng, CLS, NUS One y ī http://lost-theory.org/ocrat/chargif/char/d2bb.ht ml Two è r http://lost-theory.org/ocrat/chargif/char/b6fe.html Three s ā n http://lost-theory.org/ocrat/chargif/char/c8fd.html Four s ì http://lost-theory.org/ocrat/chargif/char/cbc4.html Five w ǔ http://lost-theory.org/ocrat/chargif/char/cee5.html Six li ù http://lost-theory.org/ocrat/chargif/char/c1f9.html Seven q ī http://lost-theory.org/ocrat/chargif/char/c6df.html
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Unformatted text preview: Eight b ā http://lost-theory.org/ocrat/chargif/char/b0cb.html Nine ji ǔ http://lost-theory.org/ocrat/chargif/char/bec5.html Please do not copy, cite, reproduce or circulate without the permission of Cheong Lee Peng, CLS, NUS Note: The numbers above are the basic numbers. To have other numbers, you will have to combine them. For example, 15 is , 25 is and 50 is . (n ) http://www.jsedu.net/szty/ktsz/ktsz_01.htm# l y l • “ http://www.jsedu.net/szty/ktsz/ktsz_02.htm l y l • “ N & http://www.jsedu.net/szty/ktsz/ktsz_03.htm...
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