|Author:||John DeFrancis,Yung Teng Chia-yee|
|Language:||English Mandarin Chinese|
|Publisher:||Yale University Press; 2nd Revised edition (September 10, 1976)|
|Other formats:||txt docx azw mbr|
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Read instantly in your browser. by John DeFrancis (Author), Yung Teng Chia-yee (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0300020588. The series' building blocks are based on data, not guesswork - while a human, sometimes puckish, touch leavens the reliance on metrics. See "Pedagogically Crafty" page at Syber Group.
ISBN 13: 9780300020588. John DeFrancis; Yung Teng Chia-yee.
This character version of Beginning Chinese has been prepared for use by both students and teachers. It can function as the starting point in the study of Chinese, as an introduction to characters after the same material has been mastered in transcript form, or as a supplement to Beginning Chinese Reader. The latter, now in preparation, is designed specifically as a reader and hence is based on quite different principles. See all 6 brand new listings.
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DeFrancis began graduate studies in Chinese, first at Yale under George A. . Kennedy and then at Columbia University due to Columbia's larger graduate program in Sinology. from Columbia in 1941, then a P. Chinese-English Glossary of the Mathematical Sciences (American Mathematical Society, 1964). Chinese Social History, by E-tu Zen and John DeFrancis (American Council of Learned Societies, 1956).