Ni Hao: Level 1 Textbook (Traditional Character Edition) by Paul Fredlein, Shumang Fredlein

By Paul Fredlein, Shumang Fredlein

For beginners in upper-level easy via senior excessive grades--or for a person looking a transparent, powerful method to examine Chinese--the renowned Ni Hao sequence is a brilliant method to start. Ni Hao is helping to advance listening, conversing, examining and writing talents with an method that?’s enjoyable, interactive, and informative. an enticing two-color layout and funny cartoons facilitate figuring out, and continue to learn attention-grabbing. The Ni Hao 1 Textbook includes a carefully-selected variety of examples, situational settings, and vocabulary to allow you to perform chinese language in daily actions. brief analyzing passages in the course of the publication construct upon language features that freshmen have studied formerly, supplying a integrated, sensible assessment. Conversations are offered as replacement role-playing scripts, which aid convey to existence the probabilities of utilizing even easy language to speak extra meaningfully and largely with others. The Ni Hao sequence comprises textbook, workbooks, audio items, CD-ROMs, and teacher?’s handbooks. Simplified personality variations also are on hand.

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He had an incontinence, I believe unique, in talking of his affairs, and showing you other people’s letters. He would even make you presents of them; and I have accepted one or two that they might go no farther. But I have mentioned this before. If his five-hundred confidants, by a retinence as remarkable as 24 George Gordon, Lord Byron his laxity, had not kept his secrets better than he did himself, the very devil might have been played with I know not how many people. But there was always this saving reflection to be made, that the man who could be guilty of such extravagances for the sake of making an impression, might be guilty of exaggerating or inventing what astonished you; and indeed, though he was a speaker of the truth on ordinary occasions,—that is to say, he did not tell you he had seen a dozen horses, when he had seen only two,—yet, as he professed not to value the truth when in the way of his advantage, (and there was nothing he thought more to his advantage than making you stare at him,) the persons who were liable to suffer from his incontinence, had all the right in the world to the benefit of this consideration.

He had an incontinence, I believe unique, in talking of his affairs, and showing you other people’s letters. He would even make you presents of them; and I have accepted one or two that they might go no farther. But I have mentioned this before. If his five-hundred confidants, by a retinence as remarkable as 24 George Gordon, Lord Byron his laxity, had not kept his secrets better than he did himself, the very devil might have been played with I know not how many people. But there was always this saving reflection to be made, that the man who could be guilty of such extravagances for the sake of making an impression, might be guilty of exaggerating or inventing what astonished you; and indeed, though he was a speaker of the truth on ordinary occasions,—that is to say, he did not tell you he had seen a dozen horses, when he had seen only two,—yet, as he professed not to value the truth when in the way of his advantage, (and there was nothing he thought more to his advantage than making you stare at him,) the persons who were liable to suffer from his incontinence, had all the right in the world to the benefit of this consideration.

But I have mentioned this before. If his five-hundred confidants, by a retinence as remarkable as 24 George Gordon, Lord Byron his laxity, had not kept his secrets better than he did himself, the very devil might have been played with I know not how many people. But there was always this saving reflection to be made, that the man who could be guilty of such extravagances for the sake of making an impression, might be guilty of exaggerating or inventing what astonished you; and indeed, though he was a speaker of the truth on ordinary occasions,—that is to say, he did not tell you he had seen a dozen horses, when he had seen only two,—yet, as he professed not to value the truth when in the way of his advantage, (and there was nothing he thought more to his advantage than making you stare at him,) the persons who were liable to suffer from his incontinence, had all the right in the world to the benefit of this consideration.

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