Chinese Mandarin E-book

English: Taiwan in traditional Chinese characters

Here is good news for Chinese Mandarin learners! A Taiwanese friend showed me an interactive flip-able e-book containing videos and audios that were authored by her teacher. In the beginning pages, you can read the teacher's experience. Then, it is followed by several situational phrases, such as visiting doctors and asking directions as well as vocabulary. The contents are suitable for beginners or, better said, for those who are already familiar with basic Chinese characters and pinyin 拼音. Traditional Chinese characters are used here because it is used in Taiwan. However, do not make it stop you if you are Simplified Chinese character learners because both versions still share an amount of the same characters. You may want to take it as a challenge!

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