The Usborne Internet-linked First Thousand Words in Chinese

The Usborne Internet-linked First Thousand Words in Chinese

With Internet-linked Pronunciation Guide

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This bright and amusing book is a delightful introduction to the world's most widely spoken language. Using Mandarin Chinese (the official and best-known dialect) and simplified characters (the version of the written language used across mainland China), it encourages direct association of the Chinese word with the object to ensure effective, long-term learning. Each Chinese word is followed by an easy-to-read pronunciation guide, and at the end of the book, there is a Chinese-English list of all the words used.
Publisher: [Tulsa, OK] : [EDC Pub.], 2007, c2006.
ISBN: 9780794515508
0794515509
Branch Call Number: j 495.1 AMERY H
Characteristics: 63 pages : color illustrations ; 32 cm.
Additional Contributors: Cartwright, Stephen 1947-2004.
Alternative Title: First thousand words in Chinese

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