Chinese language studies
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Chinese language studies (T110): The study of Chinese languages, their structure, history, grammar and use. Includes acquisition, pronunciation and articulation.Displaying 1 - 10 of 10
This website included Chinese idioms, popular words, dialogue, extensive reading and allegories etc.
|Chinese intermediate, Chinese advanced, Adorno||view|
This website provides BBC’s online Chinese course.
This website provides radio and TV. For English-speaking learners, these Chinese materials are designed to develop the learners' ability to listen...
|Chinese radio, Chinese TV||view|
|A Chinese Text Sampler||
An annotated collection of digitized Chinese texts for students of Chinese language and culture. It provides modern Chinese literature, Chinese...
|Language, Chinese literature, Chinese history||view|
|A Foundation Course in Mandarin||
This website provides Audio Clips, Exercise Keys, Vocabulary Lists, Indexes, and other materials for the foundation levels of Chinese language...
|Language, Mandarin, Chinese beginners, Elementary Chinese, Chinese intermediate||view|
|BBC Zhongwen Net||
This website provides short news in Chinese with the script.
|Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced Chinese||
This website provides beginning, intermediate and advanced-intermediate level Chinese language courses. There are lot of online exercises which...
|Chinese all levels||view|
This interactive course provides an introduction to Chinese language and culture. It is for complete beginners as well as those who have learnt...
Chinese 2 language course, held in Reading.
|chinese, Languages, Mandarin||view|
|Chinese Allegory and Idioms||
This website provides Chinese allegory and idioms which are commonly used in modern Chinese language.
|Language, Chinese beginners, Chinese intermediate, Chinese advanced||view|