6 edition of Advanced Chinese Reader (Linguistic) found in the catalog.
January 1, 1969
by Yale University Press
Written in English
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The Corpse Reader tells the story of Ci Song, a young scholar who's been dealt the worst hand possible. I really don't want to give too much away in regards to his family and why he must flee but the story is harrowing and only someone as bright and resourceful as Ci is able to overcome the odds set up against him/5. Advanced English reading texts: while the majority of texts in this resource are at CEF levels C1, a few are harder (level C2) and a feware easier (level B2). All the texts in this collection are written in normal English, not in simplified English; however most have been deliberately written for readers for whom English is a foreign or second language, or else for high school students.
Advanced. 4 years ago. Archived. Is there an Anki deck for the New Practical Chinese Reader 1 book? I've been searching online but I can't seem to find an Anki deck (with audio) for the first New Practical Chinese Reader book? Can anyone share theirs if they have it? 10 comments. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis is the most famous book of the Chronicles of Narnia series. A 7 book christian fantasy series with lots of strange animals and characters. Watership Down by Richard Adams is an adventure book about a group of rabbits. Sounds a little strange I know, but it is a classic story.
You’ll find Short Stories and Chinese readers that I wrote or edited for Chinese learners to practice their reading and comprehension. They are rated on or between the following three levels: can recognize about Chinese characters. have very limited vocabulary based on those characters. understand very basic sentence structure. Book Description Beijing Language and Culture Univ. Press, Audio Book (CD). Condition: New. These are the audio CDs that accompany the workbook for the New Practical Chinese Reader 1 series. Each track represents individual lessons, from lesson Book sold separately. Seller Inventory # ABE/5(9).
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This book introduces the advanced student to the ones of the most important chinese vocabulary is very rich and easy to remember trough the book broaden the horizon of the advanced reader about china while increases his language level and recommended book/5(9).
Advanced Chinese Reader is the fifth and final volume in the Chinese Reader series of textbooks by John DeFrancis. It was originally published in Though the book utilizes the same effective method of instruction DeFrancis developed in the previous volumes of the series, the Advanced volume is structured a bit differently/5.
A sequel to Beginning Chinese Reader and Intermediate Chinese Reader, this text, the eleventh in a series produced under the auspices of Seton Hall University, is closely correlated with the author’s Advanced Chinese and Character Text for Advanced Chinese. It contains new characters, some 3, compounds, and ab characters of.
Advanced. World War 2 – A fairly long piece of Chinese writing regarding World War 2. There is a lot of interesting characters to be read and learnt.
Advanced. Seven-piece Puzzle – This is a very hard passage to understand, mostly suitable only for very advanced readers of Chinese. The Tangram is a Chinese puzzle. In this essay you’ll learn to read Chinese martial arts words – well, a few, anyway – but it’s not really the vocabulary that places this in the “advanced” category.
It’s more that most of the text is full of wax-on, wax-off Karate Kid statements, as the. Chinese as Second Language. We take a thematic approach to Chinese L2 learning, where a series of over books is organized around the most common themes, such as hobbies, transportation, sports, travel, school life.
Get this from a library. An advanced Chinese reader / [Gao ji Han yu du ben / Lin Young, Zhang Qiao]. [Adam Lam; Grace Qiao Zhang]. All Things Considered: Advanced Reader of Modern Chinese is the latest advanced reading textbook by Chih-p'ing Chou, a professor of Chinese at Princeton.
For this book, Chou has teamed up with Yan Xia and Meow Hui Goh, both instructors of Author: Jeffrey J. Hayden. Mandarin reading articles written by native Chinese speakers. Completely free – no membership required. Would you like to see beginner, intermediate or advanced reading articles.
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2 (Linguistic). John DeFrancis worked at Seton Hall University in the Department of Far Eastern Studies’ Chinese Studies program, authoring textbooks for Mandarin Chinese in the early s. The original recordings were produced at Seton Hall University in Fahy Hall on reel-to-reel tapes.
Over hours of audi /5(5). Project Gutenberg, an online library of e-books, has a small selection of Chinese language e-books. To find them, simply search “Chinese” from the homepage.
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For the young reader, finding a book that can be read independently can be as tricky as remembering all of the variables in a Starbucks order. Little readers who are not familiar with reading levels or taught to find a “good fit book” often go for books that are too easy and boring, too difficult and frustrating, or, like my kindergarten Author: Katherine Willoughby.
This reader for advanced students of Chinese presents post short stories by Su Tong and Yu Hua (whose novels Raise the Red Lantern and To Live served as the basis for internationally acclaimed films), as well as Mianmian, Qui Shanshan, Liu Yunshen, Liang Xiaosheng, Xia Shang, Bi Feiyu, Lu Ping, and Wang Meng.
You don’t need to know Chinese to use the book as there’s Pinyin in each sentence of the exercises that you do. Check on Amazon. Business Chinese Conversation [Elementary]-《经贸汉语初级口语》 There’s 6 volumes in this book series with 2 for elementary, 2 for intermediate, and 2 for advanced students.
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Confucius's Analects is an innovative textbook for teaching and learning Chinese language and culture at the advanced level. It combines classical and modern Chinese language skills, Chinese culture, and expository and narrative writing practice.
Confucius's Analects is a central work of East Asian intellectual history that permeates Chinese and East Asian thought and values today. I know that when you first start reading, it’s hard to hold a narrative thread through a longer post, but give this one a try – 6 short paragraphs, all of them very straightforward.
This one has mostly very beginner language, with a couple of intermediate or upper-intermediate words. The grammar, rather than the vocab, is probably the hard. Learning Chinese gives you global opportunities, and being able to understand and communicate with people in China makes life easier.
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Addeddate Identifier NewPracticalChineseReaderTextBook1 Identifier-ark ark://tqk6s Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner.The list of the Chinese radicals is offered at the end of the book, alongside a dual index for pinyin or key radical search.
This book is the first of its kind to offer the HSK vocabulary lists (from 1 to 4) indexed by single characters provided with all their inner details.