Modern Mandarin Chinese Grammar Workbook is a book of exercises and language tasks for all learners of Mandarin Chinese.
Divided into two sections, the Workbook initially provides exercises based on essential grammatical structures, and moves on to practise everyday functions such as making introductions, apologizing and expressing needs.
With a comprehensive answer key at the back to enable students to check on their progress, main features include:
Modern Mandarin Chinese Grammar Workbook is ideal for all learners of Mandarin Chinese, from beginner to intermediate and advanced students. It can be used both independently and alongside the Modern Mandarin Chinese Grammar.
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'It is extremely well and clearly presented' - Forum for Modern Language Studies
‘I have used most of the Chinese grammars out there. This is far and away the best. The entire series is outstanding. Why? Because it's totally practical without getting stuck in grammatical obscurities. It reflects the actual, contemporary use of the language as it is used by ordinary, educated speakers.’ - Harold Goodman, author of the Michel Thomas courses
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Descrizione libro Routledge, 2006. Condizione libro: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Table of Contents Part A Structures 1 Overview of Pronunciation and Pinyin Romanization 1.1 The Mandarin syllable 1.2 Pinyin Romanization 2 Syllable, Meaning, and Word 2.1.The special status of the Mandarin syllable 2.2 Multi-syllable tendency in Mandarin words 2.3 Word-specific tone changes 2.4 Change to neutral tone 2.5 Incorporating foreign words and naming foreign objects 3 The Chinese Writing System: An Overview 3.1 Traditional and simplified characters 3.2 The structure of Chinese characters: the radical and the phonetic 3.3 The traditional classification of characters 3.4 Character stroke order 4 Grammatical Categories, Grammatical Terms, and Basic Phrase Order 4.1 Grammatical categories in Mandarin Chinese 4.2 Grammatical category shift 4.3 Additional grammatical terms used in describing Mandarin Chinese 4.4 Basic phrase order in the Mandarin sentence 5 Nouns 5.1 Common nouns 5.2 Pronouns 5.3 Proper nouns 6 Numbers 6.1 Mandarin numbers 0-99 6.2 Numbers 100 and higher 6.3 Formal characters for numbers 6.4 Ordinal numbers 6.5 Estimates and approximations 6.6. Fractions, percentages, decimals, half, and multiples 6.7 Lucky and unlucky numbers 6.8 Numbers used in phrases and expressions 6.9 ?yO as a marker of sequence 6.10. Numbers that are used as words 7 Specifiers and Demonstratives 7.1 ?/? zha this and ? na that as demonstratives 7.2 ?/? zha, zhai this/these and ? na, nai that/those as specifiers 7.3 ?/? zhar and ?/? zhalT here, ?/? nar and ?/? nalT there 7.4 Question words that correspond to specifiers 8 Classifiers 8.1 The structure of phrases involving classifiers 8.2 Choosing the classifier 8.3 Omission of the head noun 8.4 Classifiers that occur without a noun 8.5 Money and prices 9 Noun Phrases 9.1 Modifying a noun with a specifier and/or number 9.2 Modifying a noun with all other modifiers: Modification with ? de 9.3 Omission of the particle ? de 9.4 Noun modifiers in a series 9.5 Omission of the head noun 9.6 Modification with ? zhO 10 Adjectival Verbs 10.1 Negation of adjectival verbs 10.2 Yes-No Questions with Adjectival Verbs 10.3 Modification by intensifiers 10.4 Two syllable preference 10.5 Comparative meaning 10.6 Superlative meaning 10.7 Adjectival verbs and comparison structures 10.8 Linking adjectival verbs 10.9 Adjectival verbs and expressions that indicate change over time 10.10 Adjectival verbs and sentence final -?le 11 Stative Verbs 11.1 Negation of stative verbs 11.2 Modification by intensifiers 11.3 Indicating completion, past time, and change of state 11.4 The equational verb ? sha to be 11.5 The equational verb ? xang to be family named 11.6 The verb of possession and existence ? yssu to have; to exist 11.7 The location verb ? zai to be located at 12 Modal Verbs 12.1 Expressing possibility 12.2 Expressing ability 12.3 Expressing permission 12.4 Expressing obligations 12.5 Expressing prohibitions 12.6 Grammatical properties of modal verbs 13 Action Verbs 13.1 Indicating that an action is completed or past 13.2 Indicating that an action has been experienced in the past 13.3 Negating actions 13.4 Open-ended action verbs 13.5 Change of state action verbs&l. Codice libro della libreria ABE_book_new_0415700116
Descrizione libro Routledge, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0415700116
Descrizione libro Routledge. PAPERBACK. Condizione libro: New. 0415700116 New Condition. Codice libro della libreria NEW4.0208792
Descrizione libro Routledge, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110415700116
Descrizione libro Routledge, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. bilingual edition. 265 pages. Chinese language. 9.50x7.00x1.00 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria 4-0415700116
Descrizione libro Condizione libro: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Codice libro della libreria 97804157001151.0