Polyphonetic characters are the focus of primary school Chinese and are also the areas where primary school students tend to make mistakes. The culture of Chinese characters is extensive and profound. Sometimes a character has many pronunciations, but there are also different characters with the same pronunciation. Because primary school students do not have enough understanding of things as a whole, they often make mistakes in this regard. Below are 100 Chinese polyphonic words compiled by Doudehui for parents and children. Use one sentence to summarize, it is easy to remember and interesting. Let’s learn together. 1. Pour: The bottle is poured (dǎo) and the water is poured (dào) out. 2. Capital: The population of Dadu (dū noun) city is large (dōu adverb). 3. Spoon: Both the spoon (chí) and the key (shi) are placed on the table. 4. Shan: Shan (shàn, surname) teacher said that Shan (chán, leader of the Huns) can only ride a horse, but not a single (dān) chariot. 5. Empty: When you have time (kòng), study hard and try to speak as little empty (kōng) words as possible. 6. Quantity: When measuring in the field, one must measure according to one’s ability. 7. Stack: He wrote down the endless thoughts (tà) on a stack (dá) of paper in a timely manner, and he never looked tired (ta). 8. Closing: Stores have to be open at night. It is not good to close (yàng close at night) too early. If the candy is closed (yáng melts), it will no longer be sold. 9. Zai: According to historical records (zǎi), Wang Zhaojun was versatile. Every three to five years (zǎi) when the Han and Hungarian leaders gathered, she would sing (zài) and dance (zài). 10. Exposure: Chen Tao\’s lack of perseverance in participating in physical exercises and his exposure to Shihan were exposed at the school meeting. He felt very ashamed. 11. Ning: Although his life has never been peaceful, he would rather die than give up. 12. He: When the weather is warm (huo), Xiaohe (hé) wipes the wall with (huó verb) at home; he is principled and never gets along with (huò) in front of right and wrong, nor does he agree with others (hè verb). I won’t shout at the mahjong table: “(hú) and I are together.” 13. Province: If Li Daqiang, deputy governor of Hubei Province (shěng), could realize (xǐng) earlier, he would not have abandoned his official position and become so angry I\’m unconscious (xǐng). 14. Ao: This poem was too awkward (ào), but he refused to change it (niù), which made me so angry that I broke the pen (ǎo). 15. Stinky: The smelly smell (chòu) refers to the unpleasant smell, and the silent and odorless smell (xiù) refers to the general smell. 16. Degree: The teacher Du (dù surname) is magnanimous (dù noun), always measures (duó verb) virtue according to his ability, and never measures (duó verb) others by himself. 17. Coax: His words were like coaxing (hǒng) a child, which made people laugh (hōng) in the hall, and everyone dispersed after hearing it (hòng). 18. Mourning: He was wearing mourning clothes, worried about the funeral expenses, and looked depressed and downcast. 19. Mistakes: Every time he goes on a business trip, he makes a few mistakes (chā). 20. Tackle: fishAfter struggling desperately, his hand was broken by the fish bone, so he bandaged it at will. 21. Bury: He himself is lazy, but he always blames others for working (mái). 22. Sheng: Teacher Sheng (shèng) kindly invited me to her house as a guest and helped me serve (chéng) the meal. 23. 伧: This person’s clothes are shabby (chen) and his language is shabby (cāng). 24. Creation: Those who dare to create will inevitably suffer trauma. 25. Uncle: I am her uncle (bó), not her uncle (bǎi) son. 26. Malaria: Having malaria (yāo) means suffering from malaria (nüè). 27. Read: read (kān) The security guard guarding the gate also likes to read (kàn) novels. 28. Bank: Bank (háng) issues (xíng) stocks, and newspapers publish (háng) information. 29. AI: He contracted AIDS (ài) in his senior years and complained about himself (yì) all day long. 30. Handle: You broke the handle (bà) of the (bǎ) water tank, and you will no longer have a (bǎ) handle for use in the future. 31. Biography: \”Hongmen Banquet\” is a biography (zhuàn) of the Han Dynasty rather than a biography (chuán) of the Tang Dynasty. 32. Lotus: Next to the lotus (hé) flower stands a soldier with a loaded gun (hè). 33. Increase: I said her salary had been increased (zhǎng), and she blushed and shook her head to deny it. 34. Odd: Odd (jī) numbers are the most amazing (qí) in mathematics. 35. Cannon: Can I use the red cannon (pào) tube to make cannon (bāo) mutton and cannon (páo) medicinal materials? 36. To: Please give this letter to the (gěi) leader and tell him that the frontline supply (jǐ) must be guaranteed. 37. Crown: After he won the crown (guàn) in the army, he became somewhat crowned (guān) sounding. 38. Do: It is a bit incongruous to wear dry (gān) clean clothes to (gàn) dirty work. 39. Alley: The alley (hàng) under the mine is somewhat similar to the alley (xiàng) in the courtyard house in Beijing. 40. Thin: Thin (bò) lotus oil is not thin (báo) in flavor and very popular, but it should be thin (bó) to make profit but quick turnover. 41. Tuo: The \”Tuo\” of rubbings and rubbings is pronounced tà, and the \”Tuo\” of pioneering and pioneering is pronounced tuò. 42. Evil: This evil (è) dog is really hateful (wù). It is full of stench, which makes people feel disgusted (ě) when they smell it. 43. Defecation: The director has a big belly (pián) and has difficulty moving (biàn). 44. Su: Xiao Ming talked about the common knowledge about the stars (xiù) in the Su (sǜ) house for a whole night (xiǔ). 45. Trumpet: After being criticized, the trumpeters burst into tears. 46. Tibet: The Potala Palace in Tibet (zàng) is a treasure (zàng) that houses (cáng) the Tripitaka (zàng). 47. Rolling: The workers in the rolling (zhá) steel workshop are very united and there is no phenomenon of (yà) mutual oppression. 48. Card: This car (kǎ) hiding drugs was stopped when passing the checkpoint (qiǎ). 49, adjust: If there is a contradiction, you should first investigate (diào) and then resolve (tiáo). 50. Mold: The two pieces of porcelain are very similar in mold (mú), as if they were made from the same mold (mó). 51. No: He broke the rules while driving, and his certificate was confiscated by the traffic police (mò), but he still acted as if nothing happened. 52. Shedding: I really can’t leave the dormitory (shè) where I have lived for so many years. 53. Yin: Lao Lin comes from a wealthy family, and the solid wood furniture that is all Yin red is amazing. 54. Return: I still (hái) have to go to the library to return (huán) books after class. 55. Department: You have to wear (jì) a red scarf and go to school to contact (xì) Young Pioneers to participate in the activity. 56. Holiday: holiday (jiǎ) If the school does not have a holiday (jià) on Children’s Day, what should we do? 57. Surrender: We have a way to make the enemy who falls from the air (jiàng) surrender (xiáng). 58. Preserved: Breast (pú) and preserved fruit (fǔ) have different pronunciations. 59. Jiān: The friendship between the two of them has never been broken. 60. Stone: Two stones (dàn) and stones (shí) are not enough to load a truck. 61. Energetic: Meeting a strong opponent on the court made him more energetic (jìn). 62. Tomato: I don’t like smoking cigars (jiā), but I like eating tomatoes (qié). 63. Plane: I plan (bào push and scrape) the wood flat, and then plan (páo dig) the peanuts. 64. Bullet: This kind of bullet (dàn) is very powerful. 65. Tremble: Xiao Liu trembled (zhàn) and Xiao Chen trembled (chàn) when he heard the bad news. 66. Pick up: When he takes off his leather shoes, he chases after the picker (pá). 67. San: The materials I collected are scattered (sàn) and I can no longer write the prose (sǎn). 68. Counting: It is not uncommon for two-year-old children to be able to count (shǔ) and (shù). 69. Ginseng: If the ginseng (shēn) seedlings are not as good as the ginseng (cēn), how can you still get ginseng (cān)? 70. Meeting: The planning work meeting (kuài) held today (huì) will be over in a while (huì). 71. To winnow: He uses a winnowing dustpan to winnow (bǒ) rice. 72. Intimidation: The enemy\’s intimidation (hè) will not frighten (xià) him. 73. Fat: Obesity (pàng) is not all caused by a broad mind and a fat body (pán), but by lack of exercise. 74. Rake: You rake (bà) the ground with pears, and I rake (pá) the grass with rake (pá). 75. Wait: Wait (cì) for him while watching (sì) for movement. 76. Good: It is not good (hǎo) to be good at leisure (hào) and not work hard, or to be a teacher (hào). 77. Cough: cough (haī)! Why are you coughing again? 78. Office: The Academic Affairs Office (chǔ) is dealing with (chù) this issue. 79. Hoarding: large hoarding (dùn) and small hoarding (dùn), both hoarding (tún) are full of food. 80. Sewing: The tabletop of this sewing machine is cracked.Seam (fèng). 81. Clear: It is easy to clear mixed water (dèng), but it is difficult to clear (chéng) problems. 82. Fan: He held the fan (shàn) but the fan (shān) did not produce any wind. 83. Got: You must write down your experience in a more specific and detailed way. 84. Screen: He screened (bǐng) his energy and hid behind screen (píng) the wind. 85. Ji: These (jǐ) coffee tables (jī) are almost falling apart. 86. Paper: The test paper (juàn) was picked up by the wind (juǎn) and fell to the ground. 87. Le: The teacher who teaches us music (yùe) is named Le (yùe), and he enjoys (lè) helping others. 88. Lie: He looked (liào) for a long time and already knew (liǎo) the terrain well (le). 89. Silence: Xiao Li said nothing (kēng), but Xiao Wang sang loudly (háng). 90. Sticky: The glue is no longer sticky (nián), and the pages are not sticky (zhān). 91. Livestock: There are many livestock (chù) in the pasture. 92. Weighing: The name of the weighing (chèng is the same as \”scale\”) pole (chēng), and the actual object must be commensurate (chèn). 93. Nong: Don’t play with (lòng) the bird in the (lòng) hall. 94. Two: The two brothers (liǎ) are just playing monkey tricks (liǎng) like this. 95. Dew: As soon as Xiao Yang showed his head, he exposed his target. 96. Emphasis: The teacher attaches great importance (zhòng) to this question. Please say it again (chóng). 97. Efficiency: He never does things hastily (shuài), and his efficiency (lǜ) is always very high. 98. Drink: Wu Song shouted (hè) loudly: \”Bring the wine quickly! I want to drink (hē) twelve bowls.\” This won a burst of cheers from all the diners. 99. Mooring: The boat is drifting (bó) in the lake (pō). 100. Chao: I am walking towards (cháo) full of energy. The fun and easy-to-remember formula for polyphonic characters allows children to read it several times, and they will no longer be afraid of polyphonic character test questions in the future!