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NameCME: Chinese Made Easier (1) (second edition ) (with 2 MP3)
Author:Martin Symonds,Tian Haohao
Press:Shaanxi Normal University Press
ISBN :9787561323601
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CME: Chinese Made Easier (1) (second edition ) (with 2 MP3)

实用速成汉语(一)(第2版)(附2 MP3

作者:(英)石明理(Martin Symonds,田皓皓

authorMartin Symonds,Tian Haohao

出版社:陕西师范大学出版社

Publishing house: Shaanxi Normal University Press

版次:20075月第2

number of editions: second edition in May 2007

印次:20075月第1次印刷

number of print: first print in May 2007

页数:302

number of pages: 302 pages

字数:227千字

Wordage (thousand words): 227 thousand words

开本:787×1092毫米

Format: 787×1092 mm

ISBN:9787561323601

 

 

FAIL TO READ THIS AT YOUR PERIL!!

 

This textbook uses pinyin romanization to help you learn to speak Chinese.  However, the pinyin gradually starts to disappear after lesson 5.  Why?

 

In order to reduce your dependence on the pinyin (which Chinese people can’t read anyway), starting from lesson 6 and going right through to lesson 70, we introduce you to eight Chinese characters per lesson. You are free to choose whether or not you wish to learn how to write the characters. However, you must learn how to recognize them because the pinyin for those eight characters will disappear from that lesson onwards. In this way, you will learn to read (and possibly write) 520 Chinese characters by the time you have completed lesson 70.  (If you choose not to learn to write them, why not consider buying Chinese software for your computer and learn how to type Chinese characters using the pinyin input method?)

 

Confused about the Parts of Speech?  Then turn to page 144.

 

Take a look now at the Reference Section in Book 2 (pages 203–240) for lists of useful words needed for everyday living.

 

A complete Chinese–English alphabetical pinyin list of all the new vocabulary introduced in lessons 1-60 can be found near the end of Book 4. A list of all the Chinese characters taught in lessons 6-60 can also be found at the back of Book 4.

 

Needing ideas for learning Chinese?  Then look up the website: www.chinesemadeeasier.com  More details are at the end of ‘Hints on How to Study’ (at the end of this book), which, by the way, is also worth a look at.

 

Continue reading on if you wish

What makes this book different from most other Chinese textbooks published in China?

 

  The content of each lesson is intensely practical.  We have assumed that you are living in China and want to communicate on everyday topics as quickly as possible.  So only useful vocabulary, immediately relevant to your everyday needs, is included.

 

  We have worked hard at trying to make the grammar explanations as simple and clear as possible, avoiding complicated linguistic terminology.

 

  Each lesson contains an activity related to the topic to get you using the words.

 

  The reading & writing of Chinese characters is introduced at a manageable pace so you shouldn’t feel too overwhelmed.

 

 

给老师的话

请看“教师手册”第242325页涵盖第一至第十课。第二册(1120课)第236328页。第三册注解及听力故事(2140课)第304328页。

 

学习汉语的两种类型学生:1)外国大学中文系的学生2)居住在中国的外国人。第一种类型的学生目标是拿到文凭,而第二种类型的学生其目标是透过学习汉语以便在中国生活,交中国朋友,跟中国人打成一片。尤其目标不同,他们学习汉语的目的也随之不同。

 

大部分的汉语教材是为第一种类型学生而写的——重点放在汉字的读及写。而本书截然不同;因为是针对第二种类型的学生而写的,每课的内容均强调实用性。本书作者认为居住在中国的外籍学生需在日常生活的话题上尽快能与人沟通,故本书仅包含一些实用的、与学生日常生活息息相关的字汇。

 

我们已尽量使语法解释简单及清楚,并且避免复杂的语言专有名词。

 

每课的注解学生自己研读。

 

我们以一个可接受的速度介绍汉字的读及写,所以学生不会觉得压力太大。为了降低学生对拼音的依赖,从第六课开始一直到第七十课,每课都会介绍八个汉字。学生可自由选择学写汉字与否。如果学生需写一个句子,但仍不知如何写其中某一单字,可允许他(她)以拼音代替汉字。本书成功教学的关键在于教师需秉持这个原则,同时不硬性规定学生一定要写每课的生词。但是,学生必须学习认字,因为每课八个汉字的拼音自当课以后将不再出现。这样一个方式,在完成七十课以后,学生可学到读(或写)520个汉字。若学生选择不学写汉字,何不鼓励他们购买以拼音为输入法的电脑中文软件,并学习如何利用拼音输入资料?

 

 

封底 / on the back cover

 

Students who have used this textbook in our program have enjoyed the clear grammar explanations and practical content of each lesson. The textbook gives students what they need for daily living in China and hence fuels motivation to learn.

Dr. Howard Kenyon

Sunrise Chinese Language Program

Shaanxi Teacher Training University

Xian

 

Martin Symonds has crated the very textbook I’ve been looking for in China for a long while. With China’s entry into the WTO, there has been an urgent need for a course which is both practical and well structured, yet without the heavy emphasis on writing Chinese characters which most courses in China demand. This is definitely it!

Peter Moore

China Language Training Center

kunming

 

 

 

Please note:

At present, we only have several copies of this book in stock. After they are sold out, we will buy the book according to the order, i.e. after our customers order these books to us and the payment reaches our account, then we will begin to buy them from the publisher in Xi’an City, which will need some time for the books getting to Beijing City. So the future coming books are ready for shipment within 10 working days, which is different from our normal time limit: within 5 working days.

 

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Acknowledgements

To the Teacher 给老师的话

PRONUNCIATION

1Introducing Yourself

2The Classroom

3The Post Office

4The Market

5Describing

6Telling the Time

7Days & Dates

8Giving Directions / Address

9Getting Public Transport

10Eating Out

English – Chinese Vocabulary List      

Chinese – English Vocabulary List

Hints on How to Study

Pictures of the Vocabulary

附《实用速成汉语》中文通学习软件安装指南

 

 

Pronunciation Contents

1     The four tones,  f  l  m  n  h  s  a

2     i  ei  ai

3     The four tones contrasted           

4     p  t  k

5     u  ou  ao

6     b  d  g

7     an  ang  ong

8     z  c

9     Two 3rd tones in sequence; Tone Practice: 4th tone

10   sh  ch  zh

11   r

12   w  ua  uai

13   ui  uan  uang

14   Tone practice: 3rd tone -2nd tone;  1st tone -3rd tone;  1st tone -1st tone 

15   y  in  ing

16   ia  iao  iang

17   Tone practice: 2nd tone -4th tone;  4th tone -4th tone;  4th tone -1st tone

18   x  j  q

19   iu  ian  ie

20   Tone practice: 1st tone -2nd tone;  4th tone -2nd tone;  3rd tone -4th tone

21   wo/uo

22   en  eng  un

23   Tone practice: 2nd tone -1st tone;  3rd tone -1st tone;  1st tone -4th tone

24   e

25   ü/u

26   Tone practice: 2nd tone -2nd tone;  2nd tone -3rd tone;  4th tone -3rd tone

27   ün  üe  üan  iong

28   si  zi  ci

29   Neutral tone

30   er

31   Intonation and Stress

32   Some everyday words and phrases

 

Appendix

A    Chinese and English consonants and vowels compared

B     Phonetic description of Chinese consonants and vowels

C    Chinese syllable chart in pinyin romanization

D    The four tones

E     The vocal organs

 

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