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by Terry T Waltz

eBook Anna Mei Banfa!: A Short Novel In Simple Chinese: Characters And Pinyin (Chinese Edition) epub
  • ISBN: 1440406448
  • Author: Terry T Waltz
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: Chinese
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 19, 2011)
  • Pages: 108 pages
  • ePUB size: 1680 kb
  • FB2 size 1957 kb
  • Formats doc rtf mobi lit


Anna Mei Banfa! book  .

Anna Mei Banfa! book. Anna lives in New York but is unhappy with her family. She gets the opportunity to spend a few months in Taiwan, as she is learning Mandarin at school, and the experience is an eye opener for her. She comes back to the US richer and more settled. Mar 12, 2014 David rated it really liked it. An excellent simple book for Mandarin learners who want to make progress with ������ (Chinese characters).

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This Chinese reader has pinyin, simplified and traditional character versions all in one book

This Chinese reader has pinyin, simplified and traditional character versions all in one book. On Kindle, its one of the few that has traditional characters and the only one I found so far that has all three. Thankfully each version is in its own section so you can truly get immersed in each one without the other interfering. Chinese readers that have the pinyin written directly above or below the characters become quite a distraction for many of us so you won't have that problem here.

This was the first "book" I ever read in Chinese, after Anna Mei Banfa. I highly recommend checking these out. However there is a Caveat. If you show these to a Chinese person (Mainland Chinese), they will look puzzled and tell you the Chinese is very strange. Sometimes complex characters got mixed in with the simplified Characters in these books.

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417 unique Chinese characters. Full Pinyin support and glossary.

"Anna Mei Banfa!" is a short, simple novel in Chinese characters and Pinyin that emphasizes and repeats the highest-frequency words and phrases of the language while telling a story. First in a series for Chinese learners, "Anna Mei Banfa" tells the story of Anna, a high school freshman living in upstate New York, who is frustrated with her family and her problems. An unexpected opportunity presents itself when her high school announces a chance for a student to travel to Taiwan for a summer. While living in southern Taiwan, Anna experiences the local culture and makes new friends. Learners of Chinese may choose to read the Chinese characters or turn the page to see the Hanyu Pinyin romanization.
Comments: (7)
Hamrl
It's an interesting story and I'm glad they had the pinyin on the other page just in case I didn't know how to read a character. The bad part is some of the pinyin were wrong and it felt a little childish and they would rewrite the sentence just in a different way that basically meant the same thing. Was expecting something a little more challenging and natural.
Zainian
I enjoyed reading this short novel by Terry Waltz. I read the Chinese edition as a practice for my Mandarin, and it was an easy read. Anna lives in New York but is unhappy with her family. She gets the opportunity to spend a few months in Taiwan, as she is learning Mandarin at school, and the experience is an eye opener for her. She comes back to the US richer and more settled.
Still In Mind
I have read through about half this book now. I have taken two semesters of Mandarin at my college so i haven't had trouble with any of the grammar thus far, but it has used a good amount of vocabulary i haven't been exposed to. It does repeat the vocabulary a lot, which is good to help remember it. I enjoy the story from what i have read, but it would be compared to reading somewhere around a 3rd grade English book so dont feel like a fluent Mandarin speaker after reading the book heh heh. Its a great book for beginning Mandarin learners and i would recommend it to others. Just wish i could find the others in this series.
Gabar
Originally I was able to speak some Chinese, but decided to start learning how to read it. My goal is to learn how to read a Chinese newspaper. For learning characters I have been using memrise.com on my computer, which was really good, but it was time to start trying to read text in context. At this point I have made it almost to the end of the memrise HSK 3 level lessons. For reading this is one of the books I got for practice and has turned out to be my favorite so far!

I love this book because it has a great format for learning Chinese. On the back of each page of simplified Chinese text is the same text in pinyin (how it is pronounced). At the end of the book is a dictionary with all the words sorted by the Pinyin (so they are easy to look up). The paragraph structure on each page is also really helpful when trying to associate the Chinese characters with their pinyin. The story is well written and kind of fun. I like the "on the back format" over the "pinyin on the side format" because I am not tempted to cheat and look up the pinyin when I don't have to.

For me, this book has been and awesome experience and is just what I wanted! I am hoping to find other books that use this format, as it is very helpful.
Amis
Excellent book for beginners. I like the story too. Many of the characters are repetitive which is a good thing as it reenforces your ability to identify them at a glance.I also found that I can read the book with ease and have a very good comprehension of the story.
Kriau
It was shipped to me on time and in perfect condition. I could not ask for anything better than that. The book is good for basic chinese level. The chinese in the front with pinyin at the back fo the page makes it easier for readers to look up the pronouncation quickly. I would have preferred if there were less english words as the whole purpose was to learn more chinese. Thanks.
Seevinev
pros:Although the story is simple, but the words are well choosen and very fun to read.A great way to improving reading skills.

cons: not very well editted. still a few of traditional characters and typos in the book.
Anna Meibanfa is a great book for the Advanced Beginner of Chinese (as a Foreign Language) who wants to make prgres in reading Chinese. Since teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language is a new field, it is hard to find appropriate texts for the learner of Chinese outside of China. For example, by putting the Hanyu Pinyin (standard phonetic for learning Chinese) on the back of the page, Terry has gently forced the reader to read Chinese without any help. Yet, the student may turn over the page at anytime and see the pronunciation of each Chinese character. The text is in Simplified Chinese characters, which is great for those who previously only recognized Tradational Chinese characters. In addition, there is a glossary at the back of the book for the reader to refer to at any time. I highly recommend this book as a great way to gain confidence in learning Chinese. Thank you, Terry.
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