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Lee"s New form of written Chinese for advanced learners

K. C. Lee

Lee"s New form of written Chinese for advanced learners

by K. C. Lee

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Published by Chinese Language Reform Society in Edmonton, Alta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chinese language -- Grammar

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNew form of written Chinese for advanced learners.
    Statementby K.C. Lee.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL1111 .L35 1978
    The Physical Object
    Pagination83 p. :
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14576453M

    Chinese Festival (By Wu, Sue-mei) Chinese readings materials and online Chinese exercises. Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival was introduced in simple Chinese. Good supplementary reading materials for intermediate learners to learn Chinese. Abstract A learner corpus, i.e., a principled collection of contextualized texts produced by second language learners, can be of invaluable help in identifying learners’ needs. Previous learner corpus research has indicated that an area for improvement in second language writing is learners’ use of logical connectors as cohesive devices.

    The Harry Potter series has helped millions to learn English. The advantage of Harry Potter is that the level of writing gradually becomes more difficult for the advanced English learners. The author J.K. Rowling clearly had practice refining her style with each additional book, so the progression is perfect. Books every Chinese Language Learner Should Read recommended by Chris Livaccari. China covers a vast territory, and is far more ethnically and culturally diverse than many outsiders assume. Chris Livaccari, a veteran Chinese language teacher, recommends books he believes every Chinese language learner should read.

      – The book is well laid out, and it is very easy to look up particular characters. – Even though this book is focused on simplified Chinese, the traditional form of that character is listed in the entry (when applicable) – The archetypes develop personalities in the stories so . Candidates will not have to read the word in Chinese characters at this level. They must, however, know the pinyin and understand the word aurally. They may also need to be able to say the word. (blank) When the Level 1 box is blank, the word is needed only at Level 2. Chinese Pinyin English Level 1 Level 2 Activities 做饭 zuò fàn to cook R R.


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