Learning the prefix is mainly related to learning through the senses. Common words at the beginning of learning: learn, feel. In fact, there is no learning head. The learning head is traditional, which is used only after the traditional characters have become simplified characters.
It is easy to confuse the head of the word “learning” with the head of the “party”, because the beginning of the word “study” is a little bit stroke, while the middle of the word “Dang” is vertical, and the stroke order is vertical. Such as: Dang, Chang, Taste, Tang, Palm, Reward, Tang, etc.
拼 音 jué jiào
部 首 见
笔 画 9
[ jué ]
[ jiào ]
Take “Je” as an example to introduce.
Pinyin jué jiào
radical, see you
pen drawing 9
1. Human or animal organs’ perception of things after being stimulated: sensation~. Know ~. Touch~. Depending on ~. ~ Observation.
2. Awakening: ~ Wu. ~ Wake up. “~This is true but yesterday is not.”
Sleep (from falling asleep to waking up): noon~. I slept a lot~.
Group of words:
1, color vision
In a sentence: When the hue difference between the induced domain and the test domain increases, the magnitude of the color perception displacement of the test target decreases, but the deviation angle of the color vision displacement vector from the constant hue line increases.
Explanation: The sensation produced by various colored light reflected on the retina.
In a sentence: If the job offered requires an employee to commute a long distance or move to another state or another hemisphere, then the employer will find that they should provide more generous treatment.
Explanation: Began to know (hidden or previously unnoticed things): After the fire was put out, he~ he was injured.
3, sense organs
In a sentence: Finally, I am the same person as the sensory person (that is, the person who perceives something through the sense organs), because I do see the light, hear the noise, and feel the heat.
Explanation: Organs that feel the stimulation of objective things, such as skin, eyes, ears, etc., are all important sensory organs. Referred to as the senses.
In a sentence: But in public places, such as in a supermarket, if he wants me like this, I feel too stupid.
Explanation: (1) A certain feeling occurs: Although I work late into the night, I am not ~ tired at all. (2) I think (with a less certain tone): I~ should discuss with him first.
5. Sensory nerves
In a sentence: For extremely severe or long-running cases of neuralgia, palliative surgery on sensory nerves, nerve roots and their central connections can achieve varying degrees of curative effect.
Explanation: See [afferent nerve].
In a sentence: These diffuse feelings are not our own, but imposed on us by the colonists; we have no choice on this issue.
Explanation: (1) The reaction caused by the individual characteristics of objective things in the human brain. For example, when an apple acts on our sense organs, its color can be reflected through vision, and its taste can be reflected through taste. Feeling is the simplest psychological process, and it is the basis for the formation of various complex psychological processes. (2) A certain feeling occurred: after an autumn rain, it was ~ a bit cold. (3) Feel ②: He~ work is going well.
In a sentence: Alexander Bachmanov, the researcher of this study, said: “The same taste cells have these functions: they convert carbon dioxide into protons, and can sense these protons when they are stimulated by acid.”
Explanation: The sensation produced when the tongue comes into contact with liquid or substances dissolved in liquid. Sweet, sour, bitter, and salty are the four basic tastes.
In a sentence: As a result, newborns may not be able to deal with touch as they should, which may cause many other growth and development problems, such as metabolic problems or irregular hormone production.
Explanation: The sensation produced when skin, hair, etc. come into contact with objects.
In a sentence: As Javier Hendricks, author of the best-selling book “Get the Love You Need”, said, they found that someone committed to consciously maintaining an old-fashioned model. They worked together to please each other.
Explanation: (1) I feel: In the early stage of tuberculosis, the symptoms are not very obvious, and the patients often do not ~. (2) I have knowledge and awareness: ~Voluntarily ~~ Obey discipline.
In a sentence: They have different motivations for participating in actions. Some people want to “raise awareness” and some people want to “show that we are capable of taking action against prosecutors” and cause “harm” to them, or attract “attention”.
Explanation: understand from confusion; recognize clearly from vagueness; wake up: class～｜Communism～｜Senior leaders want to improve revolution～｜After learning, everyone’s～has improved.
In a sentence: Over time, it relieves pain by consuming a chemical substance called substance P (or peptide substance, a neurotransmitter) in nerve cells, which allows pain signals to be transmitted along nerve endings to the brain.
Explanation: The sensation of body tissues caused by damage or strong stimulation.
In a sentence: For a blind person, all the brain power in this area is wasted, but somehow a blind person’s brain repairs itself, connecting the brain’s auditory center and visual center.
Explanation: The sensation produced by sound waves vibrating the tympanic membrane.
In a sentence: I have never understood why some people work late at night and spend most of their time in the morning to sleep, but now, it’s 1 a.m., and I’m sitting here, listening to the same song over and over again, finally understood.
Explanation: Going to sleep: It’s time to~ Time to sleep.
In a sentence: So they must have a certain degree of practicality. However, a visual designer, an industrial designer to some extent, will say the same, but what should they feel when using this product?
Explanation: The image of an object stimulates the sensation of the retina.
In a sentence: “Mosquitoes find us through smell, but before that, we know very little about how mosquitoes do this,” said Professor John Carlson, a molecular biologist at Yale University.
Explanation: The sensation produced when the nasal mucosa comes in contact with the gas molecules of certain substances ◇Politics~.