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Wenlin Software for Learning Chinese
21 January 2013

Wenlin Software for Learning Chinese

Wenlin Software for Learning Chinese
English | Wenlin Software for Learning Chinese | 310 MB


Multifunctional intelligent electronic Chinese dictionary.
Can be an excellent helper for studying Chinese. Despite its simple and unpretentious interface has many useful features: the etymology of individual Chinese characters, mnemonic anchors (as easier to remember Chinese characters), sound character reading, examples and phrases possible Pinyin input characters or drawing their "brush" on their own (and selecting and in both cases from the introduced), how to write an animated character traits, view lists of words starting or containing this character, can convert text between traditional characters, abbreviations, Pinyin and computer encoding, and more. Bonus to the program can serve as a text in Chinese: Chinese sages of ancient books and bibles to the sayings of Mao Zedong and the dialogues for beginners to learn the Chinese language.
Communicate in Chinese 1
26 January 2011

 Communicate in Chinese 1

Communicate in Chinese 1
Language: Chinese + English | AVI | XviD 858kbps | 416 x 352 25fps | Mp3 192kbps | 1h 59 mins | 909 MB
Genre: e-Learning | Language (Chinese)

In order to assist beginners gain an innate understanding of dialogues in Chinese and quickly gain communication skills, full use was made of the television medium, to produce situational dialogues and provide pinyin, Chinese and English subtitles onscreen for the new vocabulary and common expressions , so that what viewers see, they can learn, it cultivates a language environment and leaves a lasting impression.
Intermediate Chinese: A Grammar and Workbook
3 March 2011

Intermediate Chinese: A Grammar and Workbook

Intermediate Chinese: A Grammar and Workbook by YIP PO-CHING

Routledge (1998-11-10) | ISBN:0415160391 | 224 Pages | PDF | 13 Mb

Intermediate Chinese is designed for learners who have some knowledge of the language. Each of the twenty-five units deals with a particular grammar point and provides ample drills and exercises and many useful usage examples. Features a clear, accessible format, jargon-free grammatical explanations and full answer key, and provides both pinyin romanization and Chinese characters, which in in most cases are accompanied by English translations to facilitate the comprehension of both written and spoken Chinese.
Chinese in a Flash, 4 Volume-Set (Tuttle Flash Cards)
18 October 2010

Chinese in a Flash, 4 Volume-Set  (Tuttle Flash Cards)

Chinese in a Flash, 4 Volume-Set (Tuttle Flash Cards)
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing | ISBN: N/A | 2003-2004-2006 | ~3700 Pages (4 Books) | PDF | 212MB

Whether on a train from Beijing to Shanghai or sitting under a tree in Berkeley, you can be practicing your Chinese with this quick and easy-to-use set of flashcards. This series has a full range of features to help beginners and intermediate learners through character recognition, vocabulary recognition, revision, and testing. It includes indexes by radical, stroke count, and alphabetically by pinyin romanization......
One Minute Mandarin: A Beginner's Guide to Spoken Chinese for Professionals (With Audio)
11 June 2011

One Minute Mandarin: A Beginner's Guide to Spoken Chinese for Professionals (With Audio)

One Minute Mandarin: A Beginner's Guide to Spoken Chinese for Professionals (With Audio) by Peter Coyne

All.n & U.win | 2008 | ISBN: 1741754593 | 168 pages, Audio CD | PDF, Mp3 | 83 MB

Heading off to China for a business trip? Don't know a word but want to impress? Grab One Minute Mandarin and make the most of your travelling time! One Minute Mandarin is designed for anyone who hasn't got time to study Mandarin seriously, but wants the essential phrases to get by in the street and in meetings. It is written in pinyin rather than Chinese script to make learning easy, and it covers the basics of grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, with an emphasis on spoken Mandarin.
Reading and Writing Chinese, 3rd Edition (EPUB)
11 December 2013

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William McNaughton, Jiageng Fan, "Reading and Writing Chinese, 3rd Edition"
ISBN: 080484299X | 2013 | EPUB | 336 pages | 40 MB

This is a compete and easy–to–use guide for reading and writing Chinese characters.
Used as a standard by students and teachers in learning Chinese for more than three decades, the bestselling Reading & Writing Chinese has been completely revised and updated. Reading & Writing Chinese places at your fingertips the essential 1,725 Chinese characters' up-to-date definitions, derivations, pronunciations, and examples of correct usage by means of cleverly condensed grids. This guide also focuses on Pinyin, which is the official system to transcribe Hanzi, Chinese characters, into Latin script, now universally used in mainland China and Singapore. Traditional characters (still used in Taiwan and Hong Kong) are also included, making this a complete reference.
The Rough Guide to Beijing
20 April 2012

The Rough Guide to Beijing

The Rough Guide to Beijing
4 edition - 2011 - ISBN: 1848366566 - 538 pages - PDF - 31 MB

The Rough Guide to Beijing is the ultimate insider's guide to China's fascinating capital. With the extravagant 2008 Olympics marking the city's triumphant return to the global stage, the city now draws thousands of visitors a year by offering world-class hotels, fashionable restaurants and the coolest clubs alongside fantastic historic sites that remind us of the thousands of years it has spent at the heart of the Chinese empire. Both the popular and less well-known sights are covered in "The Rough Guide to Beijing"; from avant garde architectural projects (the new CCTV Tower), to hip bar district Nanluogu Xiang, and the achingly cool arts districts of 798 and Caochangdi. But the guide goes beyond the trendy, revealing the best places to eat and the best places to stay, ranging from charming youth hostels and courtyard boutique hotels to the most luxurious business behemoths. When the pace of the city gets too frenetic, the guide provides all the information you need to plan great daytrips, from the magnificent temples of Chengde to the grandest and most secluded stretches of the Great Wall. Easy to read maps are provided throughout the guide, plus there's a handy colour subway map, and the pinyin and Chinese characters are given for all destinations. Make the most of your time on earth' with The Rough Guide to Beijing.
Sing and Learn Chinese!: Songs and Pictures to Make Learning Fun!
26 November 2010

Sing and Learn Chinese!: Songs and Pictures to Make Learning Fun!

Sing and Learn Chinese!: Songs and Pictures to Make Learning Fun! (Audiobook)
English | Publisher: ABC Melody (December 1, 2008) | ISBN: 2916947108 | MP3 128kbps | 360 MB

This title includes a book & a CD. It is suitable for children of ages 3 years and over. A new and unique concept that introduces children to languages and cultures through songs, making learning fun: listen to the songs; look at the pictures; discover new words; and, dance and sing in English! Developed by ABC Melody, an innovative publisher specialising in early childhood, this set entertains and enables children to sing and learn at their own pace whilst having fun, at home or in the car. It features such themes as: Greetings; The Alphabet; Numbers; Colours; Food; Days of the Week; Seasons; Countries; Parts of the Body; The Family; and, Animals. It features: 24 page book with illustrated vocabulary; Texts of the songs (Chinese characters and Pinyin) with English translations; Music CD with 10 original songs (58 minute duration); Pop, Jazz and Reggae mixed with traditional instruments; Singers and children from China; Instrumental versions - Sing to the music and create new songs.
Encyclopedia of Modern China (4 volume set)
19 February 2012

Encyclopedia of Modern China (4 volume set)

Encyclopedia of Modern China (4 volume set)

2009 | 2392 | ISBN: 0684315661 | PDF | 97 Mb

Covering the period 1800 to the present, this attractive and authoritative set includes 936 entries and sidebars by nearly 500 authors. Contributors are an admirably international group, representing (mostly) universities in the U.S., UK, Canada, Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, Japan, and elsewhere. A large contingent is based in Hong Kong, while a handful is based in mainland China. Editor Pong states in his introduction that “the importance of the international character of this encyclopedia project cannot be overstressed.” Immediately apparent are the hundreds of high-quality photographs, maps, charts, graphs, and other illustrations (a high proportion in color). Another outstanding feature is the section, in volume 4, of 53 primary source documents ranging chronologically from a letter of advice to Queen Victoria (1839) to “Charter 08” (2008). There are main entries for each province (including a map and a box containing key data), major cities, important people, Chinese relations with countries from Australia to Vietnam, and hundreds of miscellaneous subjects (Adoptions, Beggars, Catholicism, Dance, Long March, Monuments, Political culture since 1900, Teacher education, Weights and measures, etc.). Larger subjects (for example, Architecture, history of; Chinese overseas; Energy; River systems; Social welfare) are subdivided into articles by multiple contributors. Each entry is followed by see also references and a bibliography, mostly of books. An annotated bibliography in volume 4 describes key sources. Each volume contains a full-color physical map in the inside front cover and population density map in the inside back cover. Volume 1 includes Pong's introduction, lists of articles and contributors, a thematic outline, major chronological periods, and a chronology. Volume 4 contains Wade-Giles to Pinyin (and vice versa) conversion tables, a lengthy glossary of Chinese characters (romanized, Chinese character, and English equivalents), and a thorough index. Pong notes that “China is now a factor to be reckoned with in practically every aspect of international life.” He adds, “It is our hope that these volumes will provide reliable and sophisticated renditions of the myriad facets of China.” Both authoritative and highly accessible, this encyclopedia is strongly recommended for academic, public, and high-school libraries. ...