Chinese Phrase Book by Daily Language Learning audiobook

Chinese Phrase Book: Over 1000 Essential Mandarin Phrases You Don't Want to Be Without on Your Trip to China

By Daily Language Learning
Read by Siobhan Lumsden

Daily Language Learning
4.57 Hours 1
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If want to enrich your travels with the most popular and useful Chinese phrases and vocabulary close at hand, then pay attention... Many Chinese language textbooks are intended mainly for people who study Chinese in formal classes and are based on assumptions that are appropriate primarily for such learners. The words and phrases such textbooks introduce in early lessons are often those that help students function in a classroom setting. Such textbooks also assume that the learners’ need to learn to read and write Chinese is as pressing as their need to speak it, so they introduce oral and written skills at the same rate. Underlying many such textbooks is also the assumption that they will be taught by a teacher, someone who will manage and guide the students’ learning process. Here’s just a tiny fraction of what you’ll discover in this Chinese phrasebook: Exchanging Money Buying Drinks and Snacks In the Cafeteria The Noodle Stand In the Restaurant In the Market In the Bookstore Taking the Taxi On the Train Asking for Directions Asking for the Time Making an Appointment Introducing Yourself Talking About Family Personal Questions Politely Refusing Requests Dealing with the Delivery Company Not Feeling Well Getting Things Fixed A Long-distance Phone Call And much, much more So if you want to make your stay in Chinese-speaking countries as enjoyable and easy as possible, then scroll up and click the "add to cart" bu

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If want to enrich your travels with the most popular and useful Chinese phrases and vocabulary close at hand, then pay attention...

Many Chinese language textbooks are intended mainly for people who study Chinese in formal classes and are based on assumptions that are appropriate primarily for such learners.

The words and phrases such textbooks introduce in early lessons are often those that help students function in a classroom setting. Such textbooks also assume that the learners’ need to learn to read and write Chinese is as pressing as their need to speak it, so they introduce oral and written skills at the same rate.

Underlying many such textbooks is also the assumption that they will be taught by a teacher, someone who will manage and guide the students’ learning process.

Here’s just a tiny fraction of what you’ll discover in this Chinese phrasebook:

  • Exchanging Money
  • Buying
  • Drinks and Snacks
  • In the Cafeteria
  • The Noodle Stand
  • In the Restaurant
  • In the Market
  • In the Bookstore
  • Taking the Taxi
  • On the Train
  • Asking for Directions
  • Asking for the Time
  • Making an Appointment
  • Introducing Yourself
  • Talking About Family
  • Personal Questions
  • Politely Refusing Requests
  • Dealing with the Delivery Company
  • Not Feeling Well
  • Getting Things Fixed
  • A Long-distance Phone Call
  • And much, much more

So if you want to make your stay in Chinese-speaking countries as enjoyable and easy as possible, then scroll up and click the "add to cart" bu

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Language Study
Runtime: 4.57
Audience: Adult
Language: English