Chinese Reading Comprehesion essays for language learning and cultural comparison
The Readings in Chinese Culture Series reinforces students' grasp of Chinese vocabulary and grammar and strengthens their understanding of Chinese culture through a graded series of classical and contemporary essays. The combination of language learning and cultural emphasis found in these texts makes them ideal tools to prepare for the AP* and other standardized tests. The Readings in Chinese Culture Series can supplement any Mandarin Chinese textbook or be used by independent learners. Each text contains ten 500-700 character essays, printed in simplified and traditional characters on facing pages, as well as vocabulary lists, related words related words and expressions, and exercises specific to each lesson.
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In this Series
The Sky Is Bright with Stars and Other Essays (Paperback, Simplified & Traditional)
How Far Away Is the Sun? and Other Essays (Paperback, Simplified & Traditional)
The Moon Is Always Beautiful and Other Essays (Paperback, Simplified & Traditional)
Where Does the Wind Blow? and Other Essays
Watching the Clouds Go By and Other Essays
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"...important learning companions that deepen cultural and linguistic knowledge for all students of Chinese."