Item description for Keys to Chinese Language: Workbook II (No. 2) by Jing-heng Sheng Ma...
"Keys to Chinese language" is a comprehensive package of course material for beginners of Mandarin Chinese. It is a set of two volumes of textbooks, workbooks, and an interactive tutorial software (CD-ROM). The first volume of the set covers ten lessons (Lesson 1-10) and the second volume of the set covers twelve lessons (Lesson 11-22). All the lessons basically include: a short text (most of them are in the form of conversation), an annotated vocabulary list with illustrated sentences; sentence pattern drills; a Sentence Building section; and a Questions and Responses section. An interactive tutorial software (CD-ROM) comes with the textbook. It is designed to help student prepare class assignments. Besides, the tutorial helps linking up self-learning with class-room experience. Beginners of the Chinese Language will find this textbook useful in building up their basic grammatical knowledge of the language.
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Studio: The Chinese University Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10" Width: 7.1" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Release Date Jun 15, 2006
Publisher The Chinese University Press
ISBN 9629962136 ISBN13 9789629962135
Availability 0 units.
More About Jing-heng Sheng Ma
Jing-heng Sheng Ma is Mayling Soong Professor of Chinese Studies and Chair of Chinese Department of Wellesley College.
Jing-Heng Sheng Ma has an academic affiliation as follows - Wellesley College, Massachusetts, USA.
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To study Traditional Chinese by yourself or with a teacher. Apr 18, 2008
Thanks to the brilliant idea of this site's " search inside " the books, I could decide to buy both the volumes - 1 and 2 -for, at the time I was studying alone ( it is not easy to find a taiwanese teacher here). But this year I found a taiwanese school ( ! ) and showed this book to the teachers, who showed their books from Taiwan: they use the same method: first the complete lesson - text and exercises -in Pinyin, followed by the same complete lesson in chinese characters. Intrigued, I asked why didn't they put the Pinyin altogheter the chinese, and they explained that this is product of a long, long experience: with the Pinyin at the side of the ideogram, one becomes lazy and that is bad for memorizing the strokes, etc. So, if you do have first the pronunciation ( pinyin ) and have to search it some pages ahead, you, little by little, get acquainted with the chinese strokes and so don't forget it. In a few lessons it prooved to be right: now I am reading straight from the chinese text. I strongly recommend them for those that study chinese language - in traditional characters. There is also a good cd to help. It is a course of 22 lessons, plus the grammar, plus the exercises. The reason it has ( togheter ) almost 800 pages! A must. Difficult to find. Another point to this site!