A Practical Chinese Writing Course has been compiled and tailored for Chinese learners to meet their practical needs. The first chapter introduces the basic concepts and elements of practical writing in Chinese. Starting from the second chapter, students will learn through detailed step-by-step instructions how to write notes, notices, posters, announcement notices, application letters, welcoming speeches, farewell speeches, everyday letters, letters for special occasions, learning plans, learning summaries, internship reports, general speeches, news articles, and online pieces. These writing styles have been chosen to help students become familiar and comfortable with written Chinese by teaching them to master both the methods of multiple forms of practical writing, and the set forms and common sentence patterns used in these different styles .
This book provides a distinct overview of the beauty and wisdom of Chinese language that helps readers integrate pieces of knowledge into their future learning. There are many practical examples and cases, covering the most popular applications and phenomena in daily language. Rudiment, simplicity, efficiency are the ultimate goal of this book.

A Concise Chinese Grammar

Price ¥22.80
This book is written for students who have studied Chinese for two or more years and attained an intermediate level in the Chinese language. Consisting of nine chapters, including functional analysis, comparison of words, syntactic structure and sentence types along with practice exercises, the book provides a basic outline of Chinese grammar. The book emphasizes important points and highlights discriminations.
The book systematically introduces the basic rules of modern Chinese grammar. Its most distinctive feature is that, while analyzing common errors often made by non-native speakers, it exhaustively elaborates the grammatical manifestations seldom discussed in detail in domestic grammar books and yet not readily understandable to foreigners. Exercises and keys are provided to help readers quickly master the rules. It can be used as a comprehensive and systematical reference book for learning Chinese grammar.
A textbook and work of reference designed for learners with an intermediate level of Chinese that can also be used as supplementary or teach-yourself material. It deals with 380 most-commonly used verbs in everyday life. The verbs are arranged in alphabetical order and those with similar meanings are put together. The book is divided into 2 parts. The first part is about monosyllabic verb and the second part polysyllabic verb. Through examples and comparisons, the learners will greatly improve their ability to use Chinese language in various situations.

Practising HSK Grammar

Price ¥58.00
Simple language, concise formulas and sample sentences are used to explain the questionable and difficult grammar points encountered by foreign students during their study. As for the different grammatical items, there are plenty of related exercises for the students to practice. Detailed answers and explanations to the exercises are given.
The typical errors frequently committed by foreign Chinese students have been placed into 3 categories: grammatical errors, syntactical errors and punctuation errors. The book analyzes the causes of these errors and gives an instruction on how to correct them. It is a valuable reference tool for teachers and a reliable helper for self-study. It can be used as a supplementary material for Chinese-language teaching textbooks.
There are a large number of grammatical phenomena in the Chinese language where some words are always used together with others, forming set structures, or compounds, which have specific meanings. In this book, 330 such set structures are introduced and explained in detail. Each structure is presented in four parts: Explanation, Examples, Dialogues, and Exercises. Each structure is accompanied by multiple example sentences to facilitate your understanding of it, and increase your ability to use the structure accurately.
A teach-yourself textbook for beginners of Chinese as well as those Chinese at elementary levels. 100 commonly used Chinese sentence frames displayed in semantic categories. Organized into ten different topic areas with each topic including ten practical sentence frames. While learning the language, the students can conveniently substitute related vocabulary into the sentence frames of each topic, thus creating new expressions for their individual needs.
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