Synopses & Reviews
The characters you need to complete a business transaction, find a street address, and carry out many other important day-to-day tasks are all here. All entries include readings, meanings, stroke-orders, common compounds, and different versions of the Chinese characters. Actual use of these characters is illustrated in sample materials, forms to fill out, and photos taken in public places in China, where the ability to read the characters is indispensable!
A companion to '250 Essential Chinese Characters Vol. 1'.
More than a simple update, 250 Essential Chinese Characters Volume 2
offers 250 more characters in the extremely useful learning format that learners and teachers alike continue to praise.
Following in the footsteps of the newly released Volume 1, it includes everything that today's learners and teachers want: tips for mastery throughout; special exercises in AP-exam format; progressive review sections; and several indexes.
This book gives the meaning of each character, its derivation and components, along with a range of compounds and sample sentences.
Offers 250 more characters in the extremely useful learning format that learners and teachers alike continue to praise
About the Author
Philip Yungkin Lee
is an applied linguist with 30 years of practical experience in teaching Chinese to foreign learners. He is the author of many books, including the four volumes of Chinese in a Flash
available from Tuttle Publishing.
Darell Tibbles is the World Languages Coordinator and on the Mandarin Chinese language faculty at Vistamar School in El Segundo, CA.