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by Peter M. Bergman

ePub The Basic English-Chinese / Chinese-English Dictionary (Signet Books) (Mandarin Chinese and English Edition) download
Author:
Peter M. Bergman
ISBN13:
978-0451092625
ISBN:
0451092627
Publisher:
Signet (June 3, 1980)
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Subcategory:
Dictionaries & Thesauruses
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1698 kb
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1684 kb
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Rating:
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So if you are a student of modern Chinese who is already equipped with one or more standard dictionaries, I recommend this book as an addition to your library. 7 people found this helpful.

There is also an English-Chinese volume of this dictionary, which I have not looked at ye. This is actually a very good dictionary, but only for a very narrow group of readers. If you are learning Chinese, and do not have any other dictionary, this is NOT the one you should start out with. So if you are a student of modern Chinese who is already equipped with one or more standard dictionaries, I recommend this book as an addition to your library.

The free audio recordings included with this book reinforce the content and make the learning process easy

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  • This doesn't give the best way for understanding how to pronounce the pinion equivalent for the Mandarin words you want to translate.

    There is a better (much better) one. - That is the Langenscheidt Pocket Dictionary | Mandarin Chinese {ISBN: 978-3-468-98133-3} Note that this won't help you with word order (Sentence structure), but it will provide a means for understanding what the sounds are like.

    You best bet, though, is to hear the language and how it is translated (both ways).

  • This book is very helpful for beginners to get started on useful vocabulary and by filling in needed words for today's word usage from other sources. Some words may be outdated for todays usage, but will be understood by "patient" native speakers. Column format especially helpful for self-study on Eng-Chin, Chin-Eng (in Pinyin) and reading Chinese characters (caution: simplified characters used). Caution on some mispels and column misprints, very few though. Zai Jian.

  • I have used the 1980 edition of this book. The main thing I liked about it is that it provided both the Pinyin and the romanized transliteration, which I assume is Wade-Giles. Each English word also includes the simplified Chinese character to help when trying to communicate with Chinese friends.
    What I didn't like about it is that it is very basic and I would often find myself going to a more complete dictionary to find many words, but hence they would only give the Pinyin. Having both transliteration methods in this book made it much easier for me to get close to the correct pronounciation.
    My Chinese friends found the list of words in the simplified Chinese characters by stroke count too limiting. They would often prefer to use a more complete dictionary...or their handheld translation computers.