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Practical Chinese Writing: Secondary

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Language: English, Chinese
Page: 113
Publication Date: 09/2011
ISBN: 7119068601,9787119068602
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In order to adapt to the new characteristics of teaching writing in Chinese as a foreign language, this textbook focuses on the palatability, readability, simplicity, adaotability and other characteristics of teaching to achieve its aim of improving the Chinese writing ability of all students.

Compiled by Chinese teaching experts,covering all of the frequently-used practical sentence structures.
Start from characters to sentences step by step.
Based on lots of excellent samples combined with practical structure templates.
Applied for Chinese-lovers,especially for those inclined to Chinese writing.
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Emerson's Letter to Whitman
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21st July, 1855
Concord, Massachusetts
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