Pocket Mandarin Chinese Dictionary (häftad)
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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Periplus Editions
Fan, Jiegang
12,000 terms and expressions, new manga illustrations
190 x 107 x 12 mm
181 g
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Pocket Mandarin Chinese Dictionary (häftad)

Pocket Mandarin Chinese Dictionary

Chinese-English English-Chinese

Häftad Engelska, 2017-03-01
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This handy Mandarin dictionary allows you to look up words quickly and easily and be understood while speaking.The Periplus Pocket Mandarin Chinese Dictionary is a handy pocket-sized dictionary designed for travelers, business people and beginning Chinese language students. It contains all the most common Chinese vocabulary you will need. This new edition has been extensively revised and expanded to include over 12,000 entries. Features of this Chinese dictionary include: Complete English-Chinese and Chinese-English sections Headwords are printed in bold for easy reference Alternate meanings of the same word (in English or Chinese) are clearly distinguished Includes the latest IT, mobile phone, Internet and social media terminology A reference guide to the essentials of Chinese grammar and pronunciation are provided to ensure you will be understood when speaking.
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"When traveling in China keep your dictionary in your pocket at all times. Learn to communicate with the locals in their own language and you'll get to know the culture much better. You will also be able to haggle great prices at the markets!" --howcanilearnchinese.com

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Philip Yungkin Lee, a native speaker of Chinese, is Senior Lecturer at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. He has published several language learning titles and has received a Teaching Excellence award from his university.