By Joanne Chiang,Jianna Eagar,Chih-p'ing Chou
Originally released in 1999, A New China has develop into a customary textbook for intermediate chinese studying. This thoroughly revised variation displays China's dramatic advancements within the final decade and consolidates the former two-volume set into one quantity for simple pupil use. Written from the point of view of a overseas scholar who has simply arrived in China, the textbook offers the main up to date classes and studying fabrics concerning the altering face of China.
the 1st half the booklet follows the lifetime of an trade scholar experiencing Beijing for the 1st time. chinese scholars are guided step by step in the course of the phases of arriving on the airport, dealing with customs, and adjusting to chinese language college dormitories. The revised version comprises new classes on way of life, resembling doing laundry and getting a haircut, in addition to traveling the zoo, evening markets, and the nice Wall. Later classes speak about contemporary social and political matters in China, together with divorce, Beijing site visitors, and the school front exam. A New China offers designated grammar factors, wide vocabulary lists, and homework exercises.
- Single-volume, elementary structure
- New classes and vocabulary reflecting day-by-day residing in China
- Includes China's contemporary social and political concerns
- Detailed grammar factors, vocabulary lists, and homework workouts
- Uses either conventional and simplified characters
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A New China: An Intermediate Reader of Modern Chinese (The Princeton Language Program: Modern Chinese) by Joanne Chiang,Jianna Eagar,Chih-p'ing Chou