Everyday Chinese 900 with Audio Pen -Russian Version
- Brand: Publishers of China
- Product Code: hanyu9r
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Authentic language for real-life communication! Everyday Chinese enables beginning foreign learners to easily learn and apply common Chinese sentences in everyday communication.
Everyday Chinese (Hanyu 900) -Russian Version
by Huang Hong (Author)
Published by Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, Beijing, 2007
Package: 1 Handbook (160 pages, Chinese sentences with Russian translation, simplified Chinese characters with Pinyin symbols, illustrated), 1 DVD-ROM, 3 CD-ROM discs, 1 Audio Pen (Point Reading Pen)
Product Dimensions: Gift Container, 8.2 x 6.7 x 1.3 inches
The package features: a reference handbook that is thematically organized and easy to carry around, an audio pen that is able to detect the words or sentences in the handbook and read them aloud in clear Mandarin Chinese, 900 sentences for use in essential daily-life situations, a core vocabulary of 1,500 words made up of 700 Chinese characters, Hanyu pinyin and Russian translations provided for all Chinese sentences, and photos, illustrations, and supplementary cultural information.
A Sound Investment for Learning Everyday Chinese!
If you're looking for a fun, practical and fast way to learn survival Chinese, try this book. It's not only intuitive to use, but also very handy. You can take it anywhere with you and learn simple phrases on the go. The audio pen makes all the difference. A sound investment for learning everyday Chinese.
An Amazing Product for Learning to Speak Chinese!
Learn to speak some basic Chinese before your trip to China. It'll make your trip how easy and happy. Have a problem to speak Mandarin? This book comes with an audio pen that a user simply points at the text in the book and hear the correct pronunciation read aloud. You can play it over again and again.
About the Author
Huang Hong, Associate Professor of Beijing Foreign Studies University, has taught Chinese to overseas students since 1985. From 1997 to 1999, she was assigned to the China Center for Chinese Teaching in Hanover, Germany. She has published two textbooks for learners of Chinese and German. She has also been executive editor-in-chief of the Journal International Chinese Teaching & Research since December 2003. Professor Huang's research interests are in the fields of teaching Chinese as a foreign language and intercultural communication.
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