Chinese for Everyone: Chinese for All Ages and Learning Styles

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Trafford Publishing, 2007 - Foreign Language Study - 166 pages
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Many thousands of people have tried to learn a language using the most typical methods - studying grammar or rote memory. While these methods work for some people, many others struggle. They find these learning methods don't work well for them. The structure and content of "Chinese For Everyone" applies the methods of learning people use everyday. The research of Karl Jung and Howard Gardner is leveraged in this book to help you learn the same way you perceive the world; through sensing and intuition.

Learning a language can be an enjoyable undertaking. Learning Chinese is no exception. To help in your journey from beginner to intermediate Chinese, your preferred style of learning will be found in each of the 31 chapters and in the different activities. Your experience will be enhanced and made enjoyable as you practice your most effective learning styles. The different learning tools include illustrations, vocabulary, pronunciation, dialogues, grammar notes, exercises, puzzles, creative activities and culture. The activities are designed to enable you to reach the beginner to upper intermediate level. This can form a good basis to prepare for either the HSK (the Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi exam is a Chinese proficiency test) or Advanced Placements tests.

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very good book

User Review  - Mary - Fnac

.Chinese for everyone is a very intelligent and easy way to learn chinese,it gives you the resources you need and show you how to use them for learning this language.I sincerly never thought I will be ... Read full review

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