Practice Makes Perfect: Beginning Chinese with CD-ROMs, Interactive Edition: Beginning Chinese with CD-ROMs, Interactive Edition by Live ABCPractice Makes Perfect: Beginning Chinese with CD-ROMs, Interactive Edition: Beginning Chinese with CD-ROMs, Interactive Edition by Live ABC

Practice Makes Perfect: Beginning Chinese with CD-ROMs, Interactive Edition: Beginning Chinese with…

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Book & Toy | January 2, 2009

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Eye-popping visuals and vibrant colors combined with practical exercises make learning Chinese fun and effective

Practice Makes Perfect: Beginning Chinese Interactive Edition incorporates video, two CD-ROMs, as wellas a reference/workbook, giving you an all-encompassing learning experience. You will be captivated by a soap opera while youbuild elementary conversation skills, get instruction from an animated narrator as you discover correct pronunciations, and find positive reinforcement with proficiency tests. By the completion of this program, you will be comfortable in using basic conversation skills for everyday Chinese.

Live ABC is a team of experienced developers of Chinese language-learning materials, focusing on multimedia.
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Title:Practice Makes Perfect: Beginning Chinese with CD-ROMs, Interactive Edition: Beginning Chinese with…Format:Book & ToyDimensions:10.9 × 8.5 × 0.4 inPublished:January 2, 2009Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:007160412X

ISBN - 13:9780071604123

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Table of Contents

Pronunciation
Personal Pronouns
Saying "Hello"
Greetings
Forms of Politeness
Self-introduction: name & nationality
Use of particles
Verbs
Evolution of Chinese characters
Asking for directions
Transportation
Blogs in Chinese
Appreciating Chinese Cuisine
Phrases in the restaurant
Chinese family names
Chinese courtesy
City focus: Beijing
Family members
Introducing your family
Using numbers
Asking about age
Using question words
Body parts
Practicing stroke order
Taking a taxi
Chinese family values
Tea culture