Sinolingua

Uses 750 commonly used Chinese characters and 1300 words formed from them to make 25 short sentences, 25 conversational dialogues and four narrative prose pieces. Consists of 5 parts: Character Learning, Word Formation, Oral Practice, Character Writing, and Reading.
Uses 750 commonly used Chinese characters and 1300 words formed from them to make 25 short sentences, 25 conversational dialogues and four narrative prose pieces. Consists of 5 parts: Character Learning, Word Formation, Oral Practice, Character Writing, and Reading.
Uses 750 commonly used Chinese characters and 1300 words formed from them to make 25 short sentences, 25 conversational dialogues and four narrative prose pieces. Consists of 5 parts: Character Learning, Word Formation, Oral Practice, Character Writing, and Reading.
Uses 750 commonly used Chinese characters and 1300 words formed from them to make 25 short sentences, 25 conversational dialogues and four narrative prose pieces. Consists of 5 parts: Character Learning, Word Formation, Oral Practice, Character Writing, and Reading.
Uses 750 commonly used Chinese characters and 1300 words formed from them to make 25 short sentences, 25 conversational dialogues and four narrative prose pieces. Consists of 5 parts: Character Learning, Word Formation, Oral Practice, Character Writing, and Reading.
Uses 750 commonly used Chinese characters and 1300 words formed from them to make 25 short sentences, 25 conversational dialogues and four narrative prose pieces. Consists of 5 parts: Character Learning, Word Formation, Oral Practice, Character Writing, and Reading.
108 most commonly used Chinese radicals are introduced in this book, sequenced from the simple to the more complicated according to their number of strokes. Each radical is explained by its name, meaning, function, origin, way to write and the number of strokes, and followed by several compound characters sharing the same radical. This book introduces to foreign students the basics of how to write and learn Chinese characters in the most efficient way.
108 most commonly used Chinese radicals are introduced in this book, sequenced from the simple to the more complicated according to their number of strokes. Each radical is explained by its name, meaning, function, origin, way to write and the number of strokes, and followed by several compound characters sharing the same radical. This book introduces to foreign students the basics of how to write and learn Chinese characters in the most efficient way.
108 most commonly used Chinese radicals are introduced in this book, sequenced from the simple to the more complicated according to their number of strokes. Each radical is explained by its name, meaning, function, origin, way to write and the number of strokes, and followed by several compound characters sharing the same radical. This book introduces to foreign students the basics of how to write and learn Chinese characters in the most efficient way.
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