Learn Mandarin Chinese Workbook for Beginners: A Step Step-by -Step Textbook to Practice the Chinese Characters Quickly and

(3 customer reviews)

$25.33

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Additional information

ASIN ‏

‎ B08TZHBQVB

Publisher ‏

‎ Independently published (26 January 2021)

Language ‏

‎ English

Paperback ‏

‎ 140 pages

ISBN-13 ‏

‎ 979-8700458276

Dimensions ‏

‎ 15.24 x 0.81 x 22.86 cm

3 reviews for Learn Mandarin Chinese Workbook for Beginners: A Step Step-by -Step Textbook to Practice the Chinese Characters Quickly and

  1. Tommy C

    Fine product
    This book is good and well written.This book is one that can assist in learning the language.Like when knew is learning any language, patience and discipline are key.

  2. Jorge González

    No me convence lo extenso de la parte teórica.
    Buenos ejercicios pero la parte teórica deja mucho que desear, además de que me parece cansado el estilo de escritura.

  3. Brett

    Not a great beginning tool for people looking to learn to write Chinese characters
    First off, the front page of the book has an image of step-by-step tracing tools to practice the strokes to draw the individual characters. Turns out, this book doesn’t teach you ANYTHING about how to actually write out the characters. The introduction even says “By now, you should have a good grasp on the different tones of pinyin, as well as how Chinese characters are written in terms of number of strokes, direction of strokes, as well as stroke order.” Excuse me, WHAT?Sorry, but is this book part of a series and I missed out on the first part? Nothing on or in this book tells me that there is a separate workbook that teaches the basics of writing the actual Chinese characters. So what did I miss?Secondly, this book has strange formatting, with English/Pinyin phrases being separated unnecessarily, with one part being at the bottom of the page and the next part being at the top of the next page. It looks very much like a self-published book, and it probably is.Finally, the book talks about “initials” and “finals” and doesn’t explain what the heck those two things are.I was not impressed with this purchase, and I recommend looking elsewhere for a beginner’s guide to learning Mandarin/pinyin.

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