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Practical Chinese Reader 2: Patterns & Exercises (Traditional Character Edition) (Paperback)

Practical Chinese Reader 2: Patterns & Exercises (Traditional Character Edition) (Paperback)
Author/Publisher: Yeh Ling-Hisa
Format: paperback
Emphasis: Reader
Level: Intermediate - Advanced
Note: In Traditional Chinese Characters
List Price: $27.95

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Practical Chinese Reader 2: Patterns & Exercises contains additional grammatical review and corresponding exercises to supplement the popular Chinese language text Practical Chinese Reader Book 2. While this volume is a sequel to Madeline Chu's Practical Chinese Reader 1: Patterns & Exercises, it employs a somewhat different format and approach. For each lesson, there is a grammar review followed by a set of exercises. The exercises include fill-in-the-blanks, word-order, question and answer, sentence completion, structural changes and translation. This new revised edition contains two extensive appendices, an English-Chinese-pinyin index and a Chinese-pinyin-English index, that refer to the material covered in this workbook as well as to corresponding lessons in Practical Chinese Reader Book 2.

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  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Cheng & Tsui (1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 0887272002
  • Average Customer Review: based on 1 review.

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Good book to learn off of, May 10, 2001
Reviewer: A reader
I believe they have two different books. The traditional and simplified. Be wary they say nothing in the description. I used the book in college and it was great. There is no word list in the back of the book and another thing is they call each other "tongzhi" which means comrade. They only said this in mainland china when communism was at its peak. In Hong Kong and Taiwan "tongzhi" has a negative connotation. I do not know if a person from mainland china would be offended if they are called "tongzhi". I think they should revise the book.


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