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Rarae Uvae By F.J. Lelièvre
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A collection of poems in Latin, in various classical metres, some with a distinctly light-hearted flavour. The author, Frank Lelièvre, CBE, is Emeritus Professor of Greek and Latin and was... More > formerly President of University College, Londonderry, Northern Ireland. He was Public Orator at the New University of Ulster, Coleraine, Northern Ireland. He has been composing Latin verse for the last 80 years, and the present collection, put together after his 90th birthday, represents those poems which have most significance for him. The last poem in the collection was composed in celebration of the marriage of his grandson to his Taiwanese bride, and was read out as part of the wedding celebrations in Taipei. It is published here with a translation into Mandarin (possibly a first in a book of Latin poetry!).< Less
Rarae Uvae By F.J. Lelièvre
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A collection of poems in Latin, in various classical metres, some with a distinctly light-hearted flavour. The author, Frank Lelièvre, CBE, is Emeritus Professor of Greek and Latin and was... More > formerly President of University College, Londonderry, Northern Ireland. He was Public Orator at the New University of Ulster, Coleraine, Northern Ireland. He has been composing Latin verse for the last 80 years, and the present collection, put together after his 90th birthday, represents those poems which have most significance for him. The last poem in the collection was composed in celebration of the marriage of his grandson to his Taiwanese bride, and was read out as part of the wedding celebrations in Taipei. It is published here with a translation into Mandarin (possibly a first in a book of Latin poetry!).< Less
Pinyin Shorthand - A bilingual Handbook By Johnson Gao
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Pinyin Shorthand is a bilingual book based on Gao's symbols. There are 21 consonant symbols and 36 vowel symbols in that shorthand system. The combinations of those symbols can record all sounds of... More > Mandarin Chinese in a very fast way. The book has 64 pages (color-printing quality paper), 8.5x11" in size, including some color pages, and the contents were printed in Chinese and English side by side for easy comparison. The book includes samples of Li Bai's poems, Lincoln's Gettysburg address and partial story of Wu Song Kills a Tiger, etc. both in Pinyin and shorthand forms. The book shall be especially useful for English speaking people to study Pinyin Shorthand in just few days. This book also provides a time-saving tool that helps the study of Chinese characters.< Less
Chinese 1 Study Guide - 2nd Edition By Joseph Norton
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Chinese level 1 study guide for beginning students. Includes a notebook section for students to use during lecture. This book can be used stand alone, but works well when used in conjunction with... More > the New Chinese Reader series. This is an excellent quick guide to keep notes together with material taught in the classroom.< Less
Discussing Everything Chinese Vol.1 By Li-li Teng Foti
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2010 revised edition. Ideal for upper intermediate and advanced Chinese students.
Easy Way to Learn Chinese Language By Y.X Song
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This is a book using Chinese Pinyin and international IPA together to help you to speak the very basic Chinese language. It makes the first step of learning Chinese simple. After you read this book... More > and remember the phrases in the book, you will be able to simply interact with native people in China, and this will make your trip or stays in China more enjoyable.< Less
Chinese 1 Study Guide - 2nd Edition By Joseph Norton
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Chinese level 1 study guide for beginning students. Includes a notebook section for students to use during lecture. This book can be used stand alone, but works well when used in conjunction with... More > the New Chinese Reader series. This is an excellent quick guide to keep notes together with material taught in the classroom.< Less
Learning Chinese For Newbies By Nicholas Peters
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Quick Start Guides - Learning Chinese For Newbies Presently, 1.3 billion people speak Chinese around the world, and of this, 885 million speak Mandarin (the official language of China), which also... More > happens to be the most dominant dialect. Currently in the USA, only 24,000 students (Grades 7 through to 12) are actually studying this language, but their numbers are steadily growing. Chapter 1: Introduction To The Chinese Language Chapter 2: Chinese Language Quick Facts Chapter 3: Quick Ways To Learn Chinese Chapter 4: How To Learn Chinese Chapter 5: Easy Ways To Learn Chinese Chapter 6: Skills For Learning Chinese Chapter 7: Learning Chinese Online Chapter 8: Effective Techniques For Learning Chinese Chapter 9: Global Powerhouse - The Chinese Language< Less
Learning Chinese For Newbies By Nicholas Peters
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Quick Start Guides - Learning Chinese For Newbies Presently, 1.3 billion people speak Chinese around the world, and of this, 885 million speak Mandarin (the official language of China), which also... More > happens to be the most dominant dialect. Currently in the USA, only 24,000 students (Grades 7 through to 12) are actually studying this language, but their numbers are steadily growing. Chapter 1: Introduction To The Chinese Language Chapter 2: Chinese Language Quick Facts Chapter 3: Quick Ways To Learn Chinese Chapter 4: How To Learn Chinese Chapter 5: Easy Ways To Learn Chinese Chapter 6: Skills For Learning Chinese Chapter 7: Learning Chinese Online Chapter 8: Effective Techniques For Learning Chinese Chapter 9: Global Powerhouse - The Chinese Language< Less
Modal Particles By Keith Robinson & Lingli Wang
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In English it is possible to suggest subtle changes in meaning by altering the tone of your voice. However in Chinese this is not an option, because altering the tone of your voice could completely... More > change the meaning of the word. To achieve the same affect, the Chinese use Modal Particles. Modal Particles frequently appear in written Chinese and especially in “on line” Blogs or e mails and can be confusing to the foreign students, because they are rarely mentioned in text books. This study will fully explain their use, and including judicially chosen Modal Particles will enable the students’ work to sound more idiomatic.< Less

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