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Chinese For Dummies

Abraham, Wendy


3. Edition November 2018
400 Pages, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-47544-6
John Wiley & Sons

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The fun way to learn to speak Chinese

With more than 1.2 billion speakers across the globe -- and with nearly 3 million in the U.S. alone -- Mandarin Chinese claims the top spot as the world's most common language. If you want to learn this language to get ahead at school or work, or to make your travel to China easier, this is the handy reference you'll want by your side.

Chinese For Dummies teaches basic grammar, as well as the necessary vocabulary to make introductions and greetings, use proper etiquette, make small talk, make transportation arrangements, order food and beverages, ask directions, deal with money, shop, access recreation, and handle an emergency.
* Concentrates on Mandarin Chinese and features new and revised content
* Includes major updates to all the necessary foundational information needed to speak Chinese
* Covers grammar, verb conjugations, and pronunciations
* Offers a refreshed mini-dictionary complete with even more vocabulary
* Find free conversational audio tracks online

As the Chinese economy continues to grow, the importance of Chinese as a trade language will also increase. If you're a student or business professional who has a basic understanding of the language, you'll be poised to surpass your peers when it comes to dealing with international markets. So get started today!

Dr. Wendy Abraham is an award-winning public speaker who has taught Chinese language, literature, and culture at universities throughout the U.S. Wendy is the creator and director of international academic, cultural, and travel programs, holds a doctorate from Columbia University, and pursued a PhD in Chinese literature at Stanford University.

FREE access to conversational audio tracks online