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Chengyu (simplified Chinese: 成语; traditional Chinese: 成語, pinyin: chéngyǔ, lit. "set phrases") are a type of traditional Chinese idiomatic... More > expressions, most of which consist of four characters. Chengyu were widely used in Classical Chinese and are still common in vernacular Chinese writing and in the spoken language today. According to the most stringent definition, there are about 5,000 chengyu in the Chinese language, though some dictionaries list over 20,000. They are often referred to as Chinese idioms or four-character idioms; however, they are not the only idioms in Chinese.< Less
A Beginners Guide to Chinese
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The Theory of Multiple Intelligences emerged out of contemporary cognitive research, research that studied how humans get to know the world, how we solve problems, and how we come to understand our... More > own actions and the actions of those around us. Specifically, the research showed that people learn, primarily, in seven distinct ways, visual-spatial, bodily-kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, linguistic, and logical-mathematical. When using this theory to design your personal Chinese language learning strategy, it is important to note that every person, including you, uses every intelligence, to some degree. This book covers everything you need to know about learning chinese such as: - Learn Chinese - Being Bilingual In America - Learn How To Write Chinese - Learn To Read Chinese - Learn To Speak Chinese and so much more!< Less
The Six Patriarchs of Chinese Humanism
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This book is designed for those who would like to know what Confucius, Moh-zi, Lao-zi, Zhuan-zi, Mencius, and Xun-zi had actually said about the problem of man and society, but were not able to get a... More > systematic view from their utterances on these same topics scattered here and there in the ancient texts where their actual words are found. It is to show that when many of their utterances on one and the same topic are gathered to roost, what these patriarchs of Chinese humanism had in mind were in fact more comprehensive and engaging than any secondary material is able to duplicate. A total of 249 pages with Chinese textual documentation, suitable for students of Chinese philosophy, culture and language.< Less
Chinese Vocabulary for English Speakers - English-Chinese - 7000 Words
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The knowledge of approximately 7000 words makes it possible to understand authentic Chinese texts. Combining vocabulary with conversational practice, you will be able to produce fluent phrases and... More > express your thoughts smoothly and accurately. You will find it easy and natural to talk about various everyday topics. This knowledge and ability will help you to achieve the language level where you may confidently say: “Yes! I do speak Chinese.” The vocabulary has 198 topics including: Basic Concepts, Numbers, Colors, Months, Seasons, Units of Measurement, Clothing & Accessories, Food & Nutrition, Restaurant, Family Members, Relatives, Character, Feelings, Emotions, Diseases, City, Town, Sightseeing, Shopping, Money, House, Home, Office, Working in the Office, Import & Export, Marketing, Job Search, Sports, Education, Computer, Internet, Tools, Nature, Countries, Nationalities and more … Revised Edition, July 2013< Less
Ancient Mystical Chinese Healing: Zhu You
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Zhu You is a mystical ancient Chinese healing therapy, which used mainly incantations and talismans to bring about healing effects. From the Sui Dynasty till mid-Ming era, Zhu You Ke was included in... More > the Official Chinese Medical System. It is difficult to find information on this subject in the English language.< Less
Everything You’ll Need to Know Vol. 60 Chinese Communication
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Presently, 1.3 billion people speak Chinese around the world, and of this, 885 million speak Mandarin (the official language of China), which also happens to be the most dominant dialect. Currently... More > in the USA, only 24,000 students (Grades 7 through to 12) are actually studying this language, but their numbers are steadily growing.< Less
Chinese character Sudoku
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How about learning Chinese characters? This is a collection of 50 Sudoku puzzles with 9 different Chinese characters. You get also 9 pages with the stroke order of the characters and boxes to... More > practice. You get the meaning of the characters in the following 9 languages: English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish and Esperanto. Many of the puzzles link to the Chinese character dictionary of Babelpoint.com . You can get examples of the puzzles there. Total number of pages: 61< Less
The "People Power" Education Superbook: Book 7. Language Learning Guide (Free Language Materials On the Web)
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This is a simple book that lists websites about languages, websites to learn languages, websites to learn English, language schools, books, tapes, linguistic organizations, etc. Languages at the... More > library go from #400 to #499. The general breakdown is: 420. English & Anglo-Saxon. 430. Germanic Languages. 440. French, Provencal, Chatelaine. 450. Italian, Romanian, Etc. 460. Spanish & Portuguese. 470. Latin Languages. 480. Classical Greek. 490. Other Languages. 491. East Indo-European and Celtic. 492. Semitic languages. 493. Hamitic and other languages. 494. Ural-Altaic, Dravidian, etc. 495. East and southeast Asian languages. 496. African languages. 497. North American Indian languages. 498. South American Indian languages. 499. Austranesian and other languages.< Less
English Common Expressions - How To Say It In Chinese? Book One
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This textbook is the first part of my first Ebook about English expressions - how to say them in Chinese. As we know,many expressions are universal and exist in many languages. Every language... More > uses its own metaphors and its own method to describe them. English contains many commonly used expressions to express many ideas and contents. The parallel Chinese expression are generally (but not totally) not derived by literal translation word by word. In this second part there are the more commonly used English expressions and they way they are Expressed in Chinese.The English expressions are exhibited in alphabet order and are followed By pinyin in addition to the Chinese characters.< Less
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