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MERLOT II


    

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Chinese

by Gina Wang
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Description:
chinese language learning tools

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1.

BBC Real Chinese


Added 03/27/2008
Ten units on basic Mandarin. Based on the BBC TV series of the same name, Real Chinese has slideshows, audio and video and units on practical topics.
2.

Chinese New Year Lantern Festival


Added 03/27/2008
This site is designed to provide self-test exercises on grammar and vocabulary with online feedback. Target users are instructors and learners of intermediate-level Chinese. Traditional characters are used in the exercises.
3.

An Introduction to Chinese Proverbs and Their Origins


Added 03/27/2008
Learning through listening to Chinese proverbs. Listening exercises for intermediate and advanced students of Mandarin Chinese.
4.

Progressive Reading


Added 03/27/2008
Quote from the site: "Each essay or short story adapted into several versions, from the beginning to the advanced level, appropriate for learners to progress from one level of proficiency to another."
5.

Rutgers Multimedia Chinese Teaching System


Added 03/27/2008
Computer-based multimedia curriculum to supplement first, second, third, and fourth year language instruction at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.
6.

Chinesepod


Added 03/27/2008
Daily podcasts from Shanghai for learners of Chinese. Practical lessons for those traveling to China. Different proficiency levels from newbies to more experienced learners. No cost for podcasts; personal learning center for a fee. Free downloads of engaging recordings in Chinese organized by brief descriptions.
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