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by Ta-Tuan Ch'en,Perry Link,Yih-Jian Tai,Hai-Tao Tang

eBook Chinese Primer (English and Mandarin Chinese Edition) download ISBN: 0674124766
Author: Ta-Tuan Ch'en,Perry Link,Yih-Jian Tai,Hai-Tao Tang
Publisher: Harvard University Press; 1 edition (September 1, 1989)
Language: English Mandarin Chinese
Pages: 776
ePub: 1801 kb
Fb2: 1169 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Subcategory: Humanities

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Four experienced teachers of beginning Chinese have developed this . 3) Yellow Book : workbook.

Four experienced teachers of beginning Chinese have developed this introductory textbook. 4) Green Book : Texts of the lessons in both traditional and simplified Chinese characters, and a Chinese introduction for teachers. The first three volumes: Blue Book, Red Book, and Yellow Book are sold as a set (GR Set or Pinyin Set).

Not only is China full of opportunities in business and politics, but Chinese culture, continues to make its way into the western world. This book also illustrates the move towards finding peace and the efforts to bring the horrors of the fighting to an end through negotiation and proposals for agreed boundaries.

ISBN 13: 9780674124769.

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Yih-jian Tai is Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Foreign . The book name "Chinese Primer(GR): Chinese Primer: Notes and Exercises.

Hai-tao Tang is Lecturer in the Department of East Asian Studies at Princeton University. is not match the book cover. I got the book that was published on 1998.

Find nearly any book by Hai-Tao Tang. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Coauthors & Alternates. Yih-jian Tai. Naiying Yuan.

Yih-Jian Tai is lecturer emeritus at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Hai-Tao Tang is lecturer emeritus at Princeton University. Country of Publication.

Chinese Primer, Volumes 1-3 (Pinyin) book. Additional lessons for self-study during the summer following a first-year course.

Book by Ta-Tuan Ch'en, Perry Link, Yih-Jian Tai, Hai-Tao Tang
Comments: (4)
Chinese Primer is awesome - it's clear, simple, funny, and fun. Really good system that let's you teach yourself Mandarin. The integration of audio is superb, as are the practice exercises. I lived in China and the Chinese taught in this book is valid, real, and useful in the real world. You definitely need to buy both the blue book (dialogues) and the red book (grammar and exercises); the yellow book can be skipped if you're not worried about learning characters since you could just do the work in pinyin.

Chinese Primer is actually a work of art in my opinion. You will learn Chinese easily with this text!
This set is not merely the blue book, but instead all but the green book (dialog text in Chinese characters). That fact is plainly stated in the description itself. Please keep this in mind when reading the other reviews. As for my opinion of the set, I certainly think this is one (three?) of the better Chinese textbooks available, and was what I used when I was a Chinese major at the introductory level.
This book is a fairly all-inclusive 'primer' on Chinese, set into conversation format. No formal lessons are provided, nor is an English or character translation. This book is of little use to any amateur Chinese student without the other three 'Chinese Primer' books.
I'm an English teacher in Taiwan and I've found the full four-book set to be the best Chinese course available anywhere. Unfortunately, this book alone is probably just a waste of time and money.