Practical Chinese Elementary Level

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This book is specifically written for foreigners who live, study and
work in China.The course contains the most used vocabulary, sentence
patterns and situations, from shopping, eating and transportation to job
interviews and making friends. It helps you to master daily
conversational Chinese as fast as possible, and makes your life in China
easy and fun.
Table of Contents
第一课Lesson 1 你好Nice to Meet You
第二课Lesson 2 你家有几口人How Many People Are There in Your FamiIy?
第三课Lesson 3 你的生日是几月几日When Is Your Birthday?
第四课Lesson 4 商店在哪儿Where Is the Store?
第五课Lesson 5 你要买什么What Would You Like to Buy?
第六课Lesson 6 你要叫出租车吗Do You Need a Taxi?
第七课Lesson 7 你要点菜吗Would You Like to Order Dishes?
第八课Lesson 8 你要订机票吗Do You Want to Book an Air Ticket9
期中复习(第一课~第八课)Mid-term Revision(Lesson 1~Lesson 8)
期中考试(第一课~第八课)MIcd-term Test(Lesson 1~Lesson 8)
第九课Lesson 9 填入境表Filling in the Entry Form
第十课Lesson 10 租房子Renting an Apartment
第十一课Lesson 11 在邮局At the Post Office
第十二课Lesson 12 在银行At the Bank
第十三课Lesson 13 看医生Seeing a Doctor
第十四课Lesson 14 看牙医Seeing a Dentist
第十五课Lesson 15 我要找工作I Need a Job
第十六课Lesson 16 修理房子Fixing the Room
期末复习(第十课一第十六课)Final-term Revision(Lesson 10~Lesson 16)
期末考试(第十课一第十六课)Final-term Test(Lesson 10~Lesson 16)
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Chopsticks are not used to make noise, to draw attention, or to gesticulate. Playing with chopsticks is considered bad manner and vulgar (just as playing with cutlery in a western environment would be deemed crass).
Chopsticks are not used to move bowls or plates. Chopsticks are not used to toy with one's food or with dishes in common.
Chopsticks are not used to pierce food, save in rare instances. Exceptions include tearing larger items apart such as vegetables and kimchi. In informal use, small, difficult-to-pick-up items such as cherry tomatoes or fishballs may be stabbed, but this use is frowned upon by traditionalists.
Chopsticks can be rested horizontally on one's plate or bowl to keep them off the table entirely. A chopstick rest can be used to keep the points off the table.
Chopsticks should not be left standing vertically in a bowl of rice or other food. Any stick-like object pointed upward resembles the incense sticks that some Asians use as offerings to deceased family members; certain funerary rites designate offerings of food to the dead using standing chopsticks.
Practical Chinese Elementary Level