Practical Chinese Writing: Secondary

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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, adaptability 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.
Table of Contents
第一课 便条
第二课 请柬
第三课 日记
第四课 启事
第五课 介绍信
第六课 求职信
第七课 申请书
第八课 贺信
第九课 履历
第十课 海报
第十一课 欢迎词
第十二课 一般书信
第十三课 倡议书
第十四课 演讲稿
第十五课 邀请函
第十六课 感谢信
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Emerson's Letter to Whitman
Dear Sir:
I am not blind to the worth of the wonderfulgift of Leaves of Grass. I find it the mostextraordinary piece of wit and wisdom thatAmerica has yet contributed. I am very happy inreading it, as great power makes us happy. It meets the demand I am always making of whatseemed the sterile and stingy nature, as if to omuch handiwork, or too much lymph in thetemperament, were making our western wits fat and mean. I give you joy of your free and bravethought. I have great joy in it. I findincomparable things said incomparably well, asthey must be. I find the courage of treatment which so delights us, and which large perceptiononly can inspire.
I greet you at the beginning of a greatcareer, which yet must have had a long for eground somewhere, for such a start. I rubbed my eyes a little, to see if this sunbeam were noillusion; but the solid sense of the book is a sobercertainty. It has the best merits, namely, off ortifying and encouraging.
I did not know until I last night saw the book advertised in newspaper that I could trust thename as real and available for a post-office.
I wish to see my benefactor, and have feltmuch like striking my tasks, and visiting NewYork to pay you my respects.
R.W. Emerson
21st July, 1855
Concord, Massachusetts
Practical Chinese Writing: Secondary