Just Enough Chinese, 2nd. Ed.: How To Get By and Be Easily Understood

Paperback | April 10, 2009

byD.L. Ellis

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The perfect phrasebook when you want to know just enoughto enjoy yourself abroad

Your ideal companion for traveling--especially if you are a first-timer with little or no foreignlanguage experience--Just Enough Chinese packs all the punch of bigger references into aconcise, user-friendly format. This handy, pocket-size guide covers everything from days, months,currencies, and clothing sizes to food, shelter, and medical assistance.

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The perfect phrasebook when you want to know just enoughto enjoy yourself abroadYour ideal companion for traveling--especially if you are a first-timer with little or no foreignlanguage experience--Just Enough Chinese packs all the punch of bigger references into aconcise, user-friendly format. This handy, pocket-size guide covers ever...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:6.4 × 4 × 0.43 inPublished:April 10, 2009Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071492232

ISBN - 13:9780071492232

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Table of Contents

Everyday Expressions
Crossing the Border
Meeting People
Asking Directions
The Tourist Information Office
Accommodations
General Shopping
Shop Talk
Shopping for Food
Eating and Drinking Out
Health
Problems: Complaints, Loss, and Theft
The Post Office
Telephoning
Cashing Checks and Saving Money
Automobile Travel
Public Transportation
Leisure and Entertainment
Asking if Things Are Allowed
Reference
Do It Yourself: Some Notes on the Language