A study of Mandarin Chinese designed to give students the fundamentals of the sound and writing systems for developing modern Chinese communicative skills. No prior knowledge expected.
Ying Hu ()
Dates: June 15 - July 10, 2015
With a unique approach which utilizes easy and fun rhythmic verses (Chinese raps) for pronunciation training, as well as systematic introduction to Chinese characters, CHIN 001 is a study of Mandarin Chinese designed to give students the fundamentals of the sound and writing systems for developing modern Chinese communicative skills. No prior knowledge is expected.
By the end of this course, students are expected to: 1. master the Chinese phonetic system so as to be able to speak Chinese with correct pronunciation and intonation; 2. understand the basic Chinese grammatical concepts; 3. communicate accurately and appropriately in simple Chinese for common everyday purposes such as greeting, introducing friends and family, identifying people or objects, asking for one's personal information, expressing gratitude to someone, making a reply to a complimentary remark, talking about your family, your school and your studies, etc.
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