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Introduction to Communicate in Chinese

07-29-2009 14:46 BJT

Communicate in Chinese is a user-friendly and engaging learning program for Chinese language students from a newbie to an advanced learner who may have even lived and worked in China.

This learning package is adapted from the twice-daily aired television program seen on China Central Television English Channel (CCTV-9), to help foreigners learn to speak Chinese. The textbooks and DVDs allow you to master speaking and listening skills and give you more options of mastering reading and writing skills. 

If you would like to buy this Chinese learning program package, please contact the publisher directly.

Tel: 86-10-84123181


Fax: 86-10-62179148

Communicate in Chinese uses many native Chinese speakers in its skits and dialogues, which were filmed on the streets, at schools, and at businesses and community settings. In addition to the many excellent native speakers, westerners who are living and studying in China also take part in presenting the lessons.

Communicate in Chinese texts have 40 scenarios (40 topics) in total, published as a set of four volumes of books, and corresponding audio-visual materials, each book comprises ten lessons, the last one being a review lesson.

The publications are available for: 4 books of texts, and 12 DVD discs of videos broadcasted by CCTV 9.

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