Intermediate Mandarin Chinese CharactersIntermediate Mandarin Chinese Characters



This book helps you to quickly learn the intermediate-level Chinese characters you need to know if you want to live or work in China, or progress to the next level with your language skills.

Author: Haohsiang Liao

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ISBN: 0804846634

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Page: 208

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Learn the Mandarin Chinese characters and words in everyday use in China! This book helps you to quickly learn the intermediate-level Chinese characters you need to know if you want to live or work in China, or progress to the next level with your language skills. Alongside 1200 closely-related vocabulary and phrases, it presents the characters in a series of 20 easy lessons--giving clear pronunciations, English definitions and a writing guide showing you how the character is written. In this book, you'll find: 300 characters grouped into themes A warm-up narrative for each lesson explaining how the characters in the lesson relate to the theme All characters and vocabulary needed for the HSK Level 3 exam and the Advanced Placement (AP) Chinese Language and Culture Exam Exercises that help you practice recognizing the characters and using the vocabulary to create sentences Reviews that provide a variety of drills and exercises to increase your proficiency Downloadable online audio by native speakers to help with pronunciation Printable flash cards This book is intended for intermediate learners (HSK Level 3). For HSK 1 & 2, see Beginning Mandarin Chinese Characters--the first book in this series.

Intermediate Chinese CharactersIntermediate Chinese Characters



This book helps you to quickly learn the intermediate-level Chinese characters you need to know if you want to live or work in China, or progress to the next level with your language skills.

Author: Haohsiang Liao

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462922734

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Page: 208

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Learn the Mandarin Chinese characters and words in everyday use in China! This book helps you to quickly learn the intermediate-level Chinese characters you need to know if you want to live or work in China, or progress to the next level with your language skills. Alongside 1200 closely-related vocabulary and phrases, it presents the characters in a series of 20 easy lessons—giving clear pronunciations, English definitions and a writing guide showing you how the character is written. In this book, you'll find: 300 characters grouped into themes A warm-up narrative for each lesson explaining how the characters in the lesson relate to the theme All characters and vocabulary needed for the HSK Level 3 exam and the Advanced Placement (AP) Chinese Language and Culture Exam Exercises that help you practice recognizing the characters and using the vocabulary to create sentences Reviews that provide a variety of drills and exercises to increase your proficiency Downloadable online audio by native speakers to help with pronunciation Printable flash cards This book is intended for intermediate learners (HSK Level 3). For HSK 1 & 2, see Beginning Mandarin Chinese Characters—the first book in this series.

Intermediate ChineseIntermediate Chinese



Chinese characters http://www.usc.edu/dept/ealc/chinese/newweb/character_page.html This site animates characters that appeared in the textbook Integrated Chinese , but can also be used by beginning students of other textbooks as there ...

Author: Yong Ho

Publisher: Hippocrene Books

ISBN: 0781810965

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Page: 304

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This continuation builds on the material in the earlier book, allowing users to expand their familiarity with Mandarin Chinese. The new audio CD feature is especially helpful to learning and understanding the language as spoken. The ten lessons, although similar in structure to those in the earlier volume, provide a stronger emphasis on grammar and vocabulary. The glossary features vocabulary lists from both volumes.

Intermediate Written Chinese Practice EssentialsIntermediate Written Chinese Practice Essentials



With the internationally-recognized Kubler system and accompanying downloadable content, you will: Learn to use 288 high-frequency Chinese characters, and over 700 popular words written with them Find yourself quickly reading and writing ...

Author: Cornelius C. Kubler

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462917747

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Page: 208

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Learning to read and write Chinese requires lots of practice. This unique practice guide can be used with any Chinese textbook or on its own to enhance your proficiency in reading and writing Mandarin Chinese. Intermediate Written Chinese Practice Essentials offers a wealth of carefully-designed exercises and activities to help you develop every aspect of your reading and writing ability. This workbook has been designed so it can be used either in a class with an instructor or by independent learners working on their own. Both simplified and traditional characters are taught and practiced in the same volume. This means students can learn either or both kinds of characters without having to purchase another book, and instructors have the flexibility to teach a combined class where some students read and write one type of characters and other students the other type. This workbook provides character practice sheets for the 336 characters introduced in Intermediate Written Chinese, with complete information on stroke order and direction for both the simplified and traditional forms of the characters. Reading and writing exercises are included, such as those involving dictation and the answering of questions based on the content of each lesson. English-Chinese translation exercises are provided for each unit. The Downloadable content provides: Native-speaker audio recordings for dictation practice. Printable flash cards for all the new characters and words, with Chinese characters on one side and Pinyin and English on the other. Printable pdf files with additional exercises and activities. Together with this book, you can use Intermediate Spoken Chinese if you want to learn fluent spoken Mandarin. About the Series: Respected Chinese language expert Dr. Cornelius Kubler, who has taught diplomats, business people and students, presents a learning system that uses separate but integrated "tracks" to help you efficiently master the basics of spoken and written Chinese. The materials in the Basic Chinese series allow you to move from complete beginner level to basic fluency.

Easy Way to Learn Chinese Through English in 30 daysEasy Way to Learn Chinese Through English in 30 days



This book covers basic to intermediate Chinese grammar for sentence formation, greeting people, time, family, business communication, commonly used vocabulary, conversations- in hotel, at the airport, at the railway station, in the market, ...

Author: Shelly Verma

Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 9789352967643

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Page: 150

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SHELLY VERMA is a Guest-Lecturer at University of Delhi and also a Chinese language faculty at Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan. She did Post Graduation in Management (Marketing & HR) from All India Management Association. Simultaneously she did Advanced Diploma in Chinese language from Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi. She has also completed an Advanced Diploma in Chinese language from Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan. She also did B.Ed. from MDU, Rohtak. Her keen interest in Chinese language made her qualify HSK Level 5. After completing her studies in Chinese language, she was selected by CBSE as a Master trainer of Chinese language. Later, she taught Mandarin in various institutes and international schools. With an experience of almost 8 years, she went to Taiwan for an Advanced Teacher Training programme.
Her purpose of writing this book is to meet the needs of a layman interested in learning Chinese language with basic grammar and sentence constructions in the shortest possible time. This book covers basic to intermediate Chinese grammar for sentence formation, greeting people, time, family, business communication, commonly used vocabulary, conversations- in hotel, at the airport, at the railway station, in the market, during telephone calls, etc. Chinese characters, Romanization and English sentences are given in each lesson to make it easier for the students to communicate with confidence.

Intermediate ChineseIntermediate Chinese



Intermediate Chinese is the ideal reference and practice book for students with some knowledge of the language. Each of the 25 units deals with a particular grammatical point and provides associated exercises. Features include: • clear ...

Author: Po-Ching Yip

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134011308

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Page: 384

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Intermediate Chinese is the ideal reference and practice book for students with some knowledge of the language. Each of the 25 units deals with a particular grammatical point and provides associated exercises. Features include: clear, accessible format many useful language examples jargon-free grammar explanations sample drills and exercises with full answer key. All Chinese entries are presented in both pinyin romanisation and Chinese characters, and are accompanied, in most cases, by English translations to facilitate self-tuition in both the spoken and the written language. This new edition also includes a glossary of vocabulary and aglossary of grammatical terms. Intermediate Chinese reviews the principal elements presented in its sister volume, Basic Chinese, and introduces more complicated structures. The two books form a compendium of the essentials of Chinese grammar.

Intermediate Written ChineseIntermediate Written Chinese



This carefully designed book and downloadable content will: Teach you to use 288 high-frequency Chinese characters, and over 700 standard words written with them Have you quickly reading and writing related Chinese sentences Offer you the ...

Author: Cornelius C. Kubler

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462917198

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Page: 384

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This is an intermediate-level course in written Chinese that employs a revolutionary new method designed to have you quickly reading and writing simple, connected Chinese sentences. The Basic Chinese and Intermediate Chinese books provide separate but integrated "tracks" to help you learn to speak, read, and write Chinese efficiently at your own pace. Some students and teachers wish to emphasize speaking ability first, whereas others wish to focus on learning to speak, read, and write Chinese at the same time. Intermediate Written Chinese allows you the flexibility to learn the written language and the written Chinese at your own pace. Learn to use 336 high frequency characters, and over 1,200 common words written with them. Together with the 288 characters and 700 words introduced in Basic Written Chinese, a total of 624 characters and more than 1,900 words are formally taught in this two-volume course. In addition, another 199 supplementary characters and over 700 supplementary words are introduced for extra learning, meaning that you will have encountered a grand total of 823 characters and over 2,600 words by the end of this course. Carefully designed to have you quickly reading and writing connected Chinese sentences. Each lesson introduces six new characters and a number of words written with them. By dividing the learning into small tasks, you attain a sense of accomplishment rather than getting bogged down. The structure and etymology of each new character is explained in detail to make the learning of characters easier, and similar characters are compared and contrasted. Some lessons include realia such as photographs of street signs, name cards, e-mail messages, and handwritten notes. Both simplified and traditional characters are taught throughout; you may choose to learn one or both. Features a variety of fonts in both typeset and handwritten styles, to prepare you to use Chinese in many different contexts—from reading signs and newspapers, to computers and mobile phone texts. The downloadable audio includes: Over 6 hours of audio by several native Mandarin speakers. Recordings of all reading selections. Recordings with the pronunciations of all new characters and words. Additional lessons and reading selections. Available separately, Intermediate Written Chinese Practice Essentials is the companion workbook for Intermediate Written Chinese. This practical guide includes a broad range of drills and exercises designed to dramatically enhance your proficiency in reading and writing Chinese. While designed for use with the companion textbook, it can be used together with any Chinese textbook or teaching program to hone your Chinese reading and writing skills.

Intermediate ChineseIntermediate Chinese



For students with some knowledge of the language, the Grammaris comprised of 25 units, all with a particular grammar point and associated exercises. All entries are presented in both pinyinromanization and Chinese characters.

Author: Po-ching Yip

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415160391

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Page: 197

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Intermediate Chinese is intended for students who have some knowledge of the language. Each of the twenty five units deal with a particualr grammar point and provide associated exercises. Features include: * clear, accessible format * many useful language examples * jargon-free grammar explanations * ample drills and exercises * full key to exercises All Mandarin Chinese entries are presented in both pinyin romanization and Chinese characters, and are accompanied, in most cases, by English translations to facilitate self-tuition in both written and spoken Chinese. Intermediate Chinese reviews the principal elements introduced in Basic Chinese and introduces more complicated structures. The two books form a compendium of all the main features of Chinese syntax.

425 Intermediate Chinese Characters425 Intermediate Chinese Characters



There are 425 pages of practice drills introducing a new unique method of writing practice. Included in this book are chapters on pronunciation, stroke order and tone.

Author: Huzi Mo D

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ISBN: 0981057667

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Page: 568

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The goal of 425 Intermediate Chinese Characters is an introduction to writing Chinese characters of intermediate difficulty. My second book, 425 Easy Chinese Characters, is an introduction to writing Chinese characters with the simpliest strokes. The first book, Hanzi and the Kangxi Radicals cover the entire set of the 214 Radicals that are compiled to create all the Chinese characters. This book, my third book, introduces characters of increasing complexity using all the strokes from Book 2 and adding strokes that are common yet not too complex. There are 425 pages of practice drills introducing a new unique method of writing practice. Included in this book are chapters on pronunciation, stroke order and tone.

The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Language TeachingThe Routledge Handbook of Chinese Language Teaching



This result is partially attributed to 'zero instruction on how to write Chinese characters' (A37). Higher-level (both Intermediate and Advanced) CFL learners found the structuring of Chinese sentences (partially due to 'using a variety ...

Author: Chris Shei

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351598743

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Page: 664

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The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Language Teaching defines Chinese language teaching in a pedagogical, historical, and contemporary context. Throughout the volume, teaching methods are discussed, including the traditional China-based approach, and Western methods such as communicative teaching and the immersion program. The Handbook also presents a pedagogical model covering pronunciation, tones, characters, vocabulary, grammar, and the teaching of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The remaining chapters explore topics of language assessment, technology enhanced instruction, teaching materials and resources, Chinese for specific purposes, classroom implementation, social contexts of language teaching and language teaching policies, and pragmatics and culture. Ideal for scholars and researchers of Chinese language teaching, the Handbook will benefit educators and teacher training programs. This is the first comprehensive volume exploring the growing area of Chinese language pedagogy.