Intermediate Chinese Reader, Part I

Paperback | September 10, 1967

byJohn Defrancis

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A sequel to "Beginning Chinese," this work is closely correlated with the author's "Beginning Chinese," "Advanced Chinese" and the character versions of these two texts. It contains 400 new characters, some 2,500 compounds, and about 200,000 characters of running text. All compounds appear in illustrative sentences, in dialogues as a means of audio-lingual reinforcement, and in narrative or expository form. Supplementary lessons present reading material using the simplified characters adopted in mainland China. In two volumes, Part I and Part II.

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All the material introduced in this book is presented according to a carefully worked-out schedule repition. Each combination is used at least once each in the illustrative sentences, dialogues, and narratives, and occurs once again for review purposes in the Unit-final lesson. All the 1,250 compounds introduced in Beginning Chinese Re...

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A sequel to "Beginning Chinese," this work is closely correlated with the author's "Beginning Chinese," "Advanced Chinese" and the character versions of these two texts. It contains 400 new characters, some 2,500 compounds, and about 200,000 characters of running text. All compounds appear in illustrative sentences, in dialogues as a m...

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All the material introduced in this book is presented according to a carefully worked-out schedule repition. Each combination is used at least once each in the illustrative sentences, dialogues, and narratives, and occurs once again for review purposes in the Unit-final lesson. All the 1,250 compounds introduced in Beginning Chinese Re...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:740 pages, 10.25 × 7.25 × 0.68 inPublished:September 10, 1967Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0300000650

ISBN - 13:9780300000658

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All the material introduced in this book is presented according to a carefully worked-out schedule repition. Each combination is used at least once each in the illustrative sentences, dialogues, and narratives, and occurs once again for review purposes in the Unit-final lesson. All the 1,250 compounds introduced in Beginning Chinese Reader are reviewed at least once in the present text.