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Simple Chinese Sentences for Beginners Part 4

Author : Jia Ming Wang
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Mandarin Chinese language consists of thousands of complicated characters. In order to have a decent conversation with a native Chinese speaker, a foreigner need to learn nearly 3,000 characters. Obviously, it's a long journey to learn thousands of characters. That's why, when you are learning Mandarin Chinese language, you should try your best to read as many Chinese books as possible. Reading Chinese books will help you better understand and remember Chinese characters and words in the long-term. Kindle Edition: In press. Paperback Edition: In press. The books in Simple Chinese Sentences series provide you a variety of sentences for Chinese reading comprehension (汉语阅读理解). Each of the Chinese sentence includes pinyin and two English interpretations. All the sentences contain at least one idiom (please refer to the books in Chinese Idiom Series for more details: ASIN: B08PPRS93D; ISBN-13: 979-8657568271). So, when you learn reading the sentences in this book, you will naturally learn famous Chinese proverbs (汉语成语, hànyǔ chéngyǔ). The book also provides you a list of the important idioms. All the characters and phrases are provided with simplified characters, pinyin and English interpretations. The current book volume, Part 4 (第四卷, dì sì juǎn) of over 900 Chinese sentences, provides you 110 must-read Chinese sentences. Free online Mandarin Chinese lessons (Ming Mandarin): www.MingMandarin.com -Jia Ming

Chinese Short Stories for Beginners Part 4

Author : Qing Qing Jiang
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This is Part 4 of the books in Chinese Short Stories (学习中文短篇小说) series. In this book, we will learn another set of 10 short stories (寓言故事) popular in China. Paperback- Kindle- Each book in the Chinese Short Stories series contains 10 short stories spread in 10 chapters. For the readers' convenience, a comprehensive list of vocabulary has been provided at the beginning of each chapter. The pinyin for the Chinese text is provided after the main text. English interpretation of the two stories has been included. Further, to enforce deeper learning, the English interpretation of the rest of the Chinese text (eight stories) has been purposely excluded from the books. This would help the readers think deeply about the contents the way native Chinese think. In order to help the Chinese learner remember important characters, words, long words, idioms, etc., these entities have been purposely repeated throughout the book, and across the books in the series. Taken together, the books in Chinese Short Stories will tremendously help readers improve their Chinese reading skills. All books are suitable of HSK all levels.

Basic Spoken Chinese

Author : Cornelius C. Kubler
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This is a beginning-level course in spoken Chinese that employs a revolutionary new method designed to have you quickly speaking and comprehending Mandarin Chinese. Along with its sister book Basic Written Chinese and their accompanying workbooks, Basic Spoken Chinese offers a complete introductory course to the Chinese language. As a native English speaker, working hard to learn Chinese is not enough; you have to work smart in order to learn this very different language efficiently. Downloadable audio and video reinforce the material introduced in the book. No matter why you've chosen to learn Chinese—for business, travel, cultural studies or another goal—the Basic Chinese approach of two separate but integrated tracks in spoken and written Chinese will help you learn this language most efficiently and successfully. Detailed explanations in English of Chinese pronunciation, grammar, usage, culture, society, and recommended learning approaches. A digital Instructor's Guide is available electronically. A written Character Transcript (Simplified and Traditional) is available electronically. The downloadable materials feature: 40 videos with dozens of native speakers filmed on location in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia. 6 hours of native-speaker audio, including all of the book's conversations. Build up sections, new words, and pronunciation exercises. Available separately, Basic Spoken Chinese Practice Essentials is the companion workbook for Basic Spoken Chinese. This practical guide includes a broad range of drills and exercises designed to dramatically enhance your proficiency in speaking and comprehending. While designed for use with the companion textbook, it can be used together with any Chinese textbook or teaching program to hone your Chinese language skills.

Chinese Sex Words Phrases Part 4

Author : Jia Ming Wang
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The current book volume is Part 4 (第四卷, dì sì juàn) of Chinese Dirty Word (脏话) Series. It provides you numerous commonly used, contemporary, and must-know Chinese sexual words, slangs, their meanings, and example sentences. The book includes multiple interpretations of the words and sentences. Each of the words and sentences are explained with simplified Chinese characters, pinyin, and English meanings. Hence, the book is absolutely suitable for all levels of Chinese language learners. Chinese sex words/dirty words (性爱的词汇/脏话, Xìng'ài de cíhuì/zānghuà) have become an essential part of the Mandarin Chinese language, especially on the online social media platforms. These words often carry hidden meanings only known to the natives. In particular, the Chinese young adults freely use these words in their daily life online communications. In fact, if you start reading the posts shared on Weibo (微博, Wēi bó) and Zhihu (知乎, Zhī hū), you will regularly encounter the words covered in this book. Obviously, if you are interested in understanding the evolving usage of Mandarin Chinese language, you'll better learn Chinese sex/dirty words! A good knowledge of these words will make your Chinese learning journey more interesting and help learn Mandarin Chinese fast. Free online Mandarin Chinese lessons (Ming Mandarin): www.MingMandarin.com -Jia Ming

Basic Mandarin Chinese Reading Writing Textbook

Author : Cornelius C. Kubler
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A complete beginning-level course for written Mandarin Chinese designed to teach you to read and write Mandarin quickly and efficiently! The Basic Mandarin Chinese series offers a complete introductory course superior to any other language product for Chinese. These books teach spoken and written Chinese separately, allowing you to focus on the area most important to you, and to learn the spoken and written forms of Chinese at different speeds depending on your available time and interest. The free audio recordings included with this book reinforce the content and make the learning process easy. Whether you're learning Mandarin for work, travel or other reasons—the Basic Mandarin Chinese approach of having two separate but integrated "tracks" helps you to learn the language more efficiently and more successfully. Key features of this Chinese textbook and online material include: Learn to read and write the 288 highest-frequency characters and over 700 words Designed to have you reading and writing simple, connected Chinese sentences quickly Both simplified and traditional characters are taught; you may choose to learn either or both Features a variety of fonts and styles—typeset and handwritten—preparing you to use Chinese characters in different contexts, from reading signs to texting on your phone The online material included with this book includes over 6 hours of audio recordings by various native speakers, including recordings of all the reading selections, new characters, and vocabulary. This textbook is designed to be used in conjunction with the Basic Mandarin Chinese—Reading & Writing Practice Book which provides a range of drills and exercises designed to enhance your proficiency in reading and writing Mandarin Chinese quickly.

Applied Informatics and Communication Part IV

Author : Jun Zhang
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The five volume set CCIS 224-228 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International conference on Applied Informatics and Communication, ICAIC 2011, held in Xi'an, China in August 2011. The 446 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers cover a broad range of topics in computer science and interdisciplinary applications including control, hardware and software systems, neural computing, wireless networks, information systems, and image processing.

Basic Written Chinese

Author : Cornelius C. Kubler
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This is a beginning-level course in written Chinese that employs a revolutionary new method designed to have you quickly reading and writing simple, connected Chinese sentences. Along with its sister book Basic Spoken Chinese and their accompanying workbooks, Basic Written Chinese offers a complete introductory course to the written Chinese language. As a native English speaker, working hard to learn Chinese characters is not enough; you have to work smart in order to learn this very different language efficiently. No matter why you've chosen to learn Chinese—for business, travel, cultural studies or another goal—the Basic Chinese approach of two separate but integrated tracks in spoken and written Chinese will help you learn this language most efficiently and successfully. Basic Written Chinese is designed so it can be used in a class with an instructor or by independent learners working on their own. Basic Written Chinese systematically introduces 288 of the highest frequency characters (in both their simplified and traditional forms) and over 700 common words written with them in context in sentences and a variety of reading passages to help you master basic Chinese reading and writing. This method will greatly improve your abilities to read Chinese and write Chinese The structure of each new character is explained in detail to make the learning of characters easier, and "look-alike" characters are compared and contrasted. Many lessons include character differentiation drills and some lessons include realia such as name cards, street signs, or email messages. Each lesson introduces 6 new characters and a number of words that are written using them. By dividing the leaning into small tasks, you maintain a sense of accomplishment rather than getting bogged down. You'll experience both printed and handwritten forms of characters, as well as several different printed fonts. The downloadable audio features: Over 6 hours of audio by several native Mandarin speakers. Recordings of all reading selections. Recordings of all new characters and new vocabulary. Available separately, Basic Written Chinese Practice Essentials is the companion workbook for Basic 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 language skills.

Essential Guide to Chinese History Part 4

Author : Qing Qing Jiang
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This is Part 4 of the books in Chinese History series. In this book, we will discover the Spring and Autumn Period (春秋时期, 770 BC to 476 BC). Paperback- Kindle- Welcome to the Chinese History series, a series dedicated to helping Mandarin Chinese learners improve Chinese reading skills. In this series, we will discover China's 5,000-year-old history. Each of the book will focus on one important ruling Chinese dynasty. The books contain numerous lessons in Mandarin Chinese. We start with a ruling dynasty specific preface (前言), a brief introduction to the dynasty or related themes, and continue to dig the important aspects of the ruling era, such as politics, economics, etc. in the form or chapters. Each book contains 5 to 10 chapters. For the readers' convenience, a comprehensive list of vocabulary has been provided at the beginning of each chapter. The pinyin for the Chinese text is provided after the text. Further, to enforce deeper learning, the English interpretation of the Chinese text has been purposely excluded. This would help the readers think deeply about the contents the way native Chinese think. In order to help the Chinese learner remember important characters, words, long words, idioms, etc., they have been purposely repeated across the book, and across the books in the series. Taken together, the books in Chinese History series will tremendously help readers improve their Chinese reading skills. I blog at: www.QuoraChinese.com

Learn Chinese with Mike Advanced Beginner to Intermediate Coursebook Seasons 3 4 5

Author : Mike Hainzinger
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"It is definitely new, and it definitely works." -Dr. Licheng Gu, Program Director, African & Asian Languages, Northwestern University What do I get when I learn Chinese with Mike? This ebook contains 10 video-based lessons and is part four of a series of six. It features audio and visual learning material and works best on tablets and smartphones. Addictive learning Mike Laoshi (Teacher Mike) will astound you with his unparalleled ability to make learning Mandarin Chinese fun and easy. Be warned, his teaching style is highly addictive, so if you have a family, career or social life, you may want to put those on hold for a little while. Why Chinese with Mike? Chinese with Mike is 100% new and breaks with traditional Chinese curricula. Mike's humour, mixed with his logical, step-by-step approach shields learners from the unnecessary complexities of Mandarin Chinese. Through a blend of short and highly addictive video lessons, you'll acquire essential Chinese with confidence. More importantly, you get a little one-on-one time with Mike, as he makes learning Chinese ridiculously easy-and fun! What will I learn? Season 3 Learn to tell people the milk is in the refrigerator and your dirty clothes are under the bed. You'll also learn about jobs, dreams and measure words. Season 4 You'll learn some new adjectives, adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions and best of all, you'll get to watch Mike Laoshi's ballet lesson and retirement press conference. Season 5 This was never meant to be, but Mike Laoshi was lured out of retirement. You'll learn how to make comparisons (I am smarter than you) and use superlatives (This is the best Chinese book ever!). Also talk about the past and the future and use transitions to put events in sequence. Why will learning Chinese be a breeze? · Mike builds confidence through his logical step-by-step design of the course · Mike explains pronunciation with clear, familiar examples · Mike adds interesting facts about the intricacies of language · Mike includes lots of cultural tidbits · Mike recognizes and explains thoroughly troublesome areas · Mike uses native speakers to help you with listening and speaking Chinese with Mike is suitable for classroom, self-study or home schooling. Praise for Mike The coolest Chinese teacher out there. Totally rad!! confusedlaowai.com Like a rock star teacher. Excellent for beginners. Entertaining too! socialmandarin.com As an instructor, I have found Prof. Hainzinger's teaching material was very practical; it was very easy to be inserted into our classroom activities because of its fragmented structural style, and its companying video files. In addition, the students really appreciated the lively style of the text, as well the vivid video contributions. Yuxiang Liu Lecturer in Chinese, EALC The University of Chicago

YCT 4 Chinese Intensive Reading for Kids Y41002

Author : DAVID YAO
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YCT 4 Chinese Intensive Reading for Kids Y41002 新中小学生汉语考试 -Exam-oriented Skills to Improve in Unique Smart Way! Version 2021 少儿汉语考试模拟考题 By referring YCT and HSK (version 2009 and the latest version 2021) AP Syllabus, we edited a series of Chinese Vocabulary for those who are studying Chinese or preparing international examinations, such as IB, SAT, AP, IGCSE, GCSE Chinese. This book gives students a quick revision for their coming exam! Combining our 26 years’ expertise in Teaching and editing our own materials, here is the “LIFE SAVING” book called by many students for their exams. Grab it! Thanks for your support for us creating better contents for you! The YCT (Level IV) tests test takers’ ability in daily use of Chinese. It is the counterpart of the Level III of the Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages and the B1 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEF). Test takers who are able to pass the YCT (Level IV) can communicate in Chinese at a basic level in their daily, academic and professional lives. When travelling in China, they can manage most forms of communication in Chinese. I. Test Target The YCT (Level V) is intended for young students who have studied Chinese for more than two semesters, with 2-3 class hours per week. These students have mastered 600 commonly used words and related grammar patterns. II. Test Content The YCT (Level IV) test is made up of listening comprehension, reading comprehension and writing sections and contains a total of 80 items.