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by Tan Huay Peng

ePub Fun With Chinese Characters  Volume 1 (Hai xia shi bao cong shu = The Straits Times Collection) download
Author:
Tan Huay Peng
ISBN13:
978-9971460723
ISBN:
9971460726
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Publisher:
Hippocrene Books (May 1, 1983)
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Published May 1983 by Hippocrene Books.

Book Description Fun with Chinese Characters (in three volumes) makes learning Chinese characters entertaining . Examples of how the character is used in compound phrases are offered. First volume contains an in-depth introduction on the genesis of the characters.

Book Description Fun with Chinese Characters (in three volumes) makes learning Chinese characters entertaining and memorable! Every page contains all the information you need to learn a Chinese character: the origin (etymology) of a character, its description and an entertaining illustration by cartoonist Tan Huay Peng. The third volume contains index of all 480 characters and their location. The characters are written in traditional and simplified characters and has romanized pinyin pronunciation.

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Fun with Chinese Characters (in three volumes) makes learning Chinese . Fun With Chinese Characters Volume 1. Tan Huay Peng. This book (with its two companion volumes) is a wonderful work for a number of reasons.

Fun with Chinese Characters (in three volumes) makes learning Chinese characters entertaining and memorable! Every page contains all the information you need to learn a Chinese character: the origin (etymology) of a character. Its introductory essay (a nine page historical overview of Chinese characters, emphasizing their phonetic-radical structure) is worth the price of the book all by itself. The cartoon drawings are artful and evocative.

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Fun with Chinese Characters 1: The Straits Times Collection 1 (English and Chinese . I am 8 years old and have a lot of fun learning chinese with this book. We have the whole series.

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  • This approach is one of the most effect approaches one can take in learning a new language. They represent the word with pictures to illustrate the idea behind the character. This book also includes the earliest know forms of the character (it is accurate as far as I can tell) and that helps show how the character was originally formed and how it has evolved. It's not just memorizing the language, it is UNDERSTANDING the language, which is how one learns a foreign language best. If you understand how it works, you can understand characters you've never seen before. In addition, they provide several examples, below the character on each page, of how the characters are commonly used with other characters and in sentences. This is very helpful as knowing the definition is not enough, trust me. I have found other good books, but this series is one of the best, if only because it is very helpful to understand the origin and concept of each character. A great find!

  • I have never wanted to learn to speak Chinese. However, its written form is FASCINATING and much easier to comprehend than you ever imagined, especially when you learn the origins of how the ideograms/characters came to be. This first book in the series shows, with clever and entertaining illustrations and descriptions, shows the parts that made up the original characters and how, over time, they became what they look like today. The constructions also give interesting insight into the history and culture of the Chinese people. Even if you never learn to write it or read it much, just going through this book will intrigue you as you learn of the origins of this ancient language.

  • I have been using Rosetta Stone to learn Mandarin and I felt like I hadn't been learning the characters as well as I should have been. This book is a great tool to add to any other learning techniques. The stories associated with each character help me remember the character.

  • Definitely for someone with a previous knowledge.

  • The majority of reviews, by far, are overly happy with this, and I am no exception. I bought the first 2 volumes and CANNOT SAY ENOUGH. ITS SUPER ! I read 2 seperate reviews of the book (one in each volume) and I couldn't believe how uptight people are. These cartoons are WONDERFUL and skillfully drawn. One reviewer said he (and his daughter) were offended because of the chinese stereotype characters. THERE IS NOTHING OFFENSIVE IN HERE. And to be honest, these are traditional characters, and dressing they way they did in the old days. If you go to china today, much of the tradition still exists. They even still pull rickshaws. This reviewer was chinese & should come to grips with the traditional appearance of the chinese. I think its wonderful. As for the other reviewer who Loved the book, but felt embarrassed in front of his kid, because women were seen in "traditional" roles preparing food, etc.... damn, get a life. This is still the way in china, and even to a lesser degree in the USA. Why the hell is everyone LOOKING FOR THINGS TO BE OFFENDED AT? DO yourself a favor and buy this book. you won't regret it. Its fantastic & I learned alot. This is a FAMILY book you can share with anyone.

  • The author leads you from a picture to the Chinese Character in 5 clear steps.
    You will understand that word the character represents.
    Then adding two characters together produces a thrid word, e.g. the character for woman added to that of small child/boy results in the word, happiness.
    The whole book is ingenious this way.

  • I am 8 years old and have a lot of fun learning chinese with this book. We have the whole series.

  • Good