A continuation of CHIN 001 designed to give students basic Chinese grammar and vocabulary for daily communication purposes. Prerequisite: CHIN 001 or equivalent.
Ying Hu ()
Dates: July 1 - August 9, 2013
Elementary Chinese II is a continuation of Elementary Chinese I seeking to develop students' communicating ability in the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in simple Chinese. Topics included are food, clothing, time, dates, eating out, birthdays, locations, etc. We will help you get fully ready for the second year Chinese. We will help you (a) to speak Chinese with correct pronunciation and intonation by practicing reading aloud and by getting to know more about the sense group stress and the sentence tunes in Chinese, (b) to understand more about the basic Chinese grammatical concepts so that you can monitor your own Chinese language production better, (c) to be aware of many aspects of Chinese culture imbedded in the Chinese language, (d) to know better the structures of Chinese characters and their meanings, and (e) to learn how to look up an unknown Chinese word or character in a Chinese dictionary.
Course runs from to
Aiken Center 202 (View Campus Map)
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