A New Method to Achieve Fluency in Reading and Writing Chinese.
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Arts and Humanities
Language
Societies
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East Asian Languages and Societies
A New Method to Achieve Fluency in Reading and Writing Chinese.
A New Method to Achieve Fluency in Reading and Writing Chinese.
Keith Robinson
Lingli Wang
Field of study
Arts and Humanities
Language
Societies
and Cultures
East Asian Languages and Societies
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This book offers a completely new sequence for learning Chinese writing. If foreign students start learning to write Chinese by first inputting Radicals on the computer, they will make faster progress in being able to remember the vocabulary, and their transition to writing Chinese by hand will be more successful. At every stage in this carefully thought out sequence, the student should be encouraged to also practice what they have learnt on computer by writing the characters out by hand. The biggest problem that students have with learning Mandarin Chinese is being able to write Chinese. It is a daunting task because of the sheer number of different characters involved and also because until now each character has been treated as a unique and separate entity. The time needed to commit all this vocabulary to memory and gain fluency and facility in writing Chinese is immense, but using this method it will make learning faster.

ISBN 978-1-5342-0105-7
Imprint Glasstree Academic Publishing
DOI 10.20850/9781534201057
Copyright 2016, Keith Robinson
Copyright License Standard Copyright License
Product Details 8.27 x 11.69 Standard Mono Glossy Perfect Bound
Page Count 100 pages
Type of Publication Textbook
Keywords Chinese on computer, Chinese Radicals, Input Chinese, writing Chinese
Audience Primary and secondary/elementary and high school
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