By Zhang Kai, Liu Shehui, Chen Xi, Zuo Shandan, Shi Jiawei
The 1st quantity of the long-awaited revised version of the preferred useful chinese language Reader sequence are eventually on hand! This thoroughly re-creation (it will surround six volumes in 70 classes whilst accomplished) takes the coed from an absolute newbie to an intermediate point, nearly three years of higher-level school room guide. The textual content follows the tale of Ding Libo (the son of Gubo and Ding Yun from the 1st version) and different foreign scholars as they stay in China, studying approximately chinese language tradition and society as they research modern Mandarin. Emphasizing the fundamental abilities of studying, writing (simplified characters), talking, and listening, with supplementary workouts, many illustrations, charts, and in a bigger eight x eleven structure.
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