CME: Chinese Made Easier (2) (second edition) (with MP3)
author：Martin Symonds,Tian Haohao
Publishing house: Shaanxi Normal University Press
number of editions: second edition in May 2007
number of print: first print in May 2007
number of pages: 300 pages
Wordage (thousand words): 228 thousand words
Format: 787×1092 mm
What makes this book different from most other Chinese textbooks published in China?
The content of each lesson is intensely practical. We have assumed that you are living in China and want to communicate on everyday topics as quickly as possible. So only useful vocabulary, immediately relevant to your everyday needs, is included.
We have worked hard at trying to make the grammar explanations as simple and clear as possible, avoiding complicated linguistic terminology.
Each lesson contains an activity related to the topic, in order to get you using the content as quickly as possible.
The reading & writing of Chinese characters is introduced at a manageable pace so you shouldn’t feel too overwhelmed.
封底 / on the back cover
Students who have used this textbook in our program have enjoyed the clear grammar explanations and practical content of each lesson. The textbook gives students what they need for daily living in China and hence fuels motivation to learn.
Dr. Howard Kenyon
Sunrise Chinese Language Program
Shaanxi Teacher Training University
Martin Symonds has crated the very textbook I’ve been looking for in China for a long while. With China’s entry into the WTO, there has been an urgent need for a course which is both practical and well structured, yet without the heavy emphasis on writing Chinese characters which most courses in China demand. This is definitely it!
China Language Training Center
At present, we only have several copies of this book in stock. After they are sold out, we will buy the book according to the order, i.e. after our customers order these books to us and the payment reaches our account, then we will begin to buy them from the publisher in Xi’an City, which will need some time for the books getting to Beijing City. So the future coming books are ready for shipment within 10 working days, which is different from our normal time limit: within 5 working days.
11. Buying Daily Necessities
12. Buying Clothes in a Shopping Mall
13. Booking an Airplane Ticket
14. Making a Telephone Call
15. When I was Young
16. Learning Chinese
17. Sports & Leisure
18. A Letter to My Parents
19. Eating Out
20. Planning a Winter Vacation Trip
English – Chinese Vocabulary List
Chinese – English Vocabulary List
Chinese Characters (lessons 6-20)
Pictures of the Vocabulary and Extra Activities
Book 4 contains a Chinese-English Vocabulary List covering lessons 1-60
as well as a list of all the 440 Chinese characters learned in lessons 6-60
11. Existence with有/ V-O Compounds / AVs in Questions
12. SV modifying Nouns & SV
13. Time How Long / Experience guò过/ Previously & Afterwards
14. Prepositions: gēn跟、gěi给、duì对、yòng用、bāng帮、tì替
15. Completed Action le了
16. Adverbial use of SV (easy to / nice to) / Emphasis with 是…的
17. yǐqián以前/yǐhòu以后/de shíhou的时候/Negative Time Spent
18. suīrán虽然…kěshì可是 / gèng更 & zuì最 / 多(over, more)
19. V+在、到、给/ huòzhě或者(or) / háishì还是…(or?)
20. rúguǒ如果 (if) / Adverbial use of Adjectives
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