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by Daozhong Yao,Ted Yao

eBook Integrated Chinese, Level 1, Part 1: Character Workbook (Simplified Character Edition) epub
  • ISBN: 0887272673
  • Author: Daozhong Yao,Ted Yao
  • Genre: Reference
  • Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
  • Language: English Chinese
  • Publisher: Cheng & Tsui Co; 1 edition (January 1, 1997)
  • ePUB size: 1658 kb
  • FB2 size 1348 kb
  • Formats lrf lit rtf lrf


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The Integrated Chinese Level 1 Part 1 Character Workbook introduces how to write Chinese characters in their correct stroke order, and accompanies the Level 1 Part 1 textbook. This acclaimed, best-selling series is successful because it "integrates" all four language skills--listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Integrated Chinese helps you understand how the Chinese language works grammatically, and how to use Chinese in real lifehow to understand it on the street, speak it on the telephone, read it in the newspaper, or write it in a report. The materials within Integrated Chineses set of textbooks, workbooks, character workbooks, and audio CDs are divided into sections of listening, speaking, reading and writing. Two types of exercises are used: traditional exercises (fill-in-the-blank, sentence completion, translation) to help learners build a solid grammatical foundation, and communication-oriented exercises (speaking drills, discussion topics, etc.) to prepare them to function in a Chinese language environment. Frequently, authentic materials written for native Chinese speakers and realia (newspaper clippings, signs, tickets, etc.) are used. Notes on language use and Chinese culture are found throughout the textbooks. Textbooks and workbooks are available in simplified or traditional characters.
Comments: (2)
Mikarr
I've been very impressed with the Integrated Chinese language series since I began to use it just a few short months ago, and am completely amazed by how much easier these books make learning such a complex language. This character writing book is no exception.
The authors of this book have made a concerted effort to break down chinese characters in to memorable parts, focusing initially on key radicals (syllables) and more common components, then working up in a sequence that makes recognizing, learning and writing more complex characters much easier.
Each character in the book is given in Chinese and Pinyin with the English definitions. Character variations and traditional characters also given, when appropriate. Each character is then broken down into individual strokes and the correct stroke order for that character is shown (numbered). Each character is also accompanied with a row boxes for tracing the character, a row of boxes with gridlines, and a row of empty boxes, so that you can progress quickly, and you will know the correct way to write each character. This system makes learning chinese characters (and writing them correctly) surprisingly fast and easy.
One key note on this text: Because it is intended to be used with the text book, this text itself is missing a proper explanatation (and the names) of each type of stroke, the correct way to draw those strokes and the general rules on stroke order, which is included in the corresponding text book (pages 16-17 & 20). This isn't a problem if you use it with the text, however, if you do wish to use this book without the text, you'll need to find this information elsewhere. F.Y.I., you can find most of this information online, for free. One page where this is available can be found at
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Best of luck to you!
Qwne
GRATE BOOK!!
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