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Chinese Course -
Chinese Reading and Writing 4

Course Aims

  • Grasp 50 most frequently used Chinese characters
  • Increase the size of vocabularies comprised of 220 Chinese characters
  • Improve Chinese reading and writing abilities with lengthier and more complex texts

Course Description

Chinese Reading and Writing 4 introduces 50 new Chinese characters. Combined with the previously taught characters, students will have learned a total of 220 the most frequently used Chinese characters, and they’ll be able to use these 220 characters to read and write lengthier, more complex and better Chinese texts.

Course Materials

Course Duration

20 - 30 class hours

How Does It Work

This is the fourth Chinese writing course in the series, designed for non-Chinese speakers, to learn reading and writing Chinese texts. This series of Chinese writing courses are also suitable for heritage learners and for those who have learned many individual Characters but have not gone through any serious training on how to use them coherently. 

This course teaches 50 new Chinese characters and add many more new words and combinations to students’ knowledge base. As students’ vocabulary expands considerably with a total of 220 characters, reading and writing Chinese become more spontaneous. The extensive exercises of reading and writing Chinese texts will produce a positive impact on students’ listening and speaking abilities. Not only do students read and write Chinese better, but also have better oral communications. 

Additional worksheets are provided for students to further practice Chinese reading and writing skills.

Chinese Learning Pen is an audio tool which allow students to play any part of the texts in the book. It is instrumental in accelerating their character recognition process and improving their pronunciations.  

On completing this course, students will have made an impressive progress in their Chinese study which carries an immediate impact on their work and life in a Chinese speaking environment.

Evaluation of Progress

A review chapter is in place at the end of the book. This is where learnings are consolidated and assessed. How well students complete the exercises in the review chapter demonstrates their progress.

Study Modes

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