By Philip Yungkin Lee, Darell Tibbles
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250 crucial chinese language Characters quantity 1 is a moment version, thoroughly revised and with 50 percentage new fabric. that includes a brand new layout; information for mastery all through; workouts in AP-exam layout; innovative evaluation sections; and a number of other indices, this quantity is an important studying instrument for somebody attracted to Chinese.
• grasp every one character's radical, stroke count number and meaning
• develop in talent by way of studying compound words
• instance sentences express easy methods to use them in context
• evaluation actions strengthen your leaning progress
• valuable writing courses and perform grids for each character
After learning this publication including its significant other, 250 crucial chinese language Characters, quantity 2, you'll have discovered 500 of an important characters in chinese language, and hundreds of thousands of phrases within which they seem. no matter if you're new to chinese language or coming again for assessment, every one of those 250 characters provide you with how you can increase your chinese language talents.
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