Chinese Reading and Writing 5
Learn 50 Chinese characters and how to use them in sentences
Study words and combinations built with a total of 270 Chinese characters
Use page long stories to improve Chinese reading and writing skills
About This Book
This is the fifth book in the series, presenting 50 new Chinese characters and how to use them in sentences. These characters are among the most frequently used ones in Chinese language.
Well over two hundred new words and combinations are introduced in this book.
In the exercise sections, this book includes a total of 347 sentences and 12 long stories, the longest stories in the series.
On completing the book, students will have studied 270 Chinese characters, and have gone through sufficient and vigorous exercises. They will have read and written lengthier and more interesting narratives, and will have enjoyed satisfactions which are brought by reading genuine stories written in Chinese.
Structure of the book
This book includes:
- Five Lesson Chapters: Lesson 21 to Lesson 25
- One Review Chapter: Review 5
- Book 1-5 Total Character Count
- Stroke Order Chart
Each lesson starts with ten new Chinese characters, followed by words and combinations. Plenty of illustrations are provided to show how to use these characters in Chinese texts.
The review section of the book gives opportunities for students to consolidate the learnings.
The stroke order chart at the end of the book is for quick references.
The Enhanced Edition
- Scan QR codes and watch 18 supporting online animated video lessons
- Use Chinese Learning Pen to listen to audios recorded by native Chinese speakers
18 online video lessons are produced for this book, demonstrating how to read and write characters, explaining the meanings of words and combinations, and clearing up difficult grammar points. Watch all the lessons by scanning the QR codes inside pages.
This book also supports the use of Chinese Learning Pen, which enables students to listen to any part of the text in the book at ease. All audios are recorded by native Chinese speakers, and are of great help in improving characters recognition and pronunciation.
Author: Zhang Xuehong
Edition: Enhanced Edition
Publication time: 2020
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