Pinyin "ting1"

In MandarinBanana's mnemonic system, the Pinyin syllable "ting1" is split up into two parts: "ti" and "(e)ng1". You can visit the Pinyin index to see how other Pinyin syllables are split up into initials and finals.

Mnemonics for Pinyin initial "ti"

Ti is for Mother Teresa.

Mnemonics for Pinyin final "(e)ng1"

In front of the engine.

Characters pronounced ting1

to listen to; to hear / to heed; to obey / a can (loanword from English "tin") / classifier for canned beverages / to let be; to allow (Taiwan pr. [ting4]) / (literary) to administer; to deal with (Taiwan pr. [ting4])

= + : Mother Teresa (ti) is listening to the sound that is made when a barbell (斤) squashes a mandarin (口) in front of the engine ((e)ng1).
(reception) hall / living room / office / provincial government department

= + : Mother Teresa (ti) build a dining hall (厅) in front of Stonehenge ((e)ng1). She nailed (丁) a chocolate factory (厂) to the ceiling of the dining hall so that you just have to stand below it to let the chocolate flow into your mouth.
sandbar / shoal / sandbank
Japanese variant of 廳|厅
Japanese variant of 聽|听
Japanese variant of 聽|听[ting1]
silk braided cord
variant of 聽|听[ting1] / to hear / to obey
variant of 聽|听[ting1]
bed side stand