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Conversational Mandarin Chinese Online


Conversational Mandarin Chinese Online

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Fifteen units consisting of listening exercises, sentence modules/patterns, translation exercises, character writing, and reading exercises.
Material Type: Tutorial
Date Added to MERLOT: December 22, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: January 19, 2015
Submitter: Kylie Hsu



Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
Cost Involved: no
Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no
Creative Commons: unsure


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Avatar for David Alexander
1 week ago

David Alexander (Faculty)

I want to use the audio files in a course wherein undergraduates in Taiwan will listen to the Chinese and translate them to English. BUT, I'm confused about my status with copyright should I either post the audio files on a website or copy them onto a DVD for students to use. I don't want to send students to the URL, because the English is provided, and they're clever enough to use Dr. Xie's translation rather than working out their own.

Avatar for bac nguyen
12 years ago

bac nguyen (Faculty)

Very impressive! I am very grateful for this effort. Looks like a lot of work
have been done to make this site possible. I use this site to review my chinese
learning. This is great for learning chinese by oneself.

Technical Remarks:

A book is needed to follow the recording which I don't readily have. Maybe the
pinyin text should be included.

Avatar for Kylie Hsu
13 years ago

Kylie Hsu (Faculty)

This language site is very useful in assisting students in learning
beginning-intermediate Chinese. Listening exercises are especially helpful since
students have limited class time and environment to practice listening.

Technical Remarks:

Easy navigation. RealPlayer is needed for listening to audio. Chinese characters
can either be read through Big5 decoder such as NJWIN and AsianBridge or Adobe
Acrobat Reader.