In this resource, students will learn about the Chinese alphabet system, the initials, the finals, the tones, and the tone changes. The conversation part of the lesson has an audio with asking "How are you?" and appropriate responses. In the calligraphy part, students can practice writing four Chinese characters.
In this lesson, students will learn about the Pinyin pronunciation (Chinese), the rules of phonic spelling, the sound discrimination, the tone drills, the calligraphy exercises, and the speaking practice "I am sorry," "Thank you," "See you tomorrow."
This is a lesson on Chinese counting system. The lesson has six parts: the numbers from 1 to 10, the numbers from 11 to 99, the numbers from 100 to 999, the numbers from 1000, the examples, and the calligraphy exercises where students can practice writing numbers.
In this lesson, students will learn how to introduce themselves in Chinese (give your first name and family name). The lesson contains a grammar part about the interrogative particle and the possessive particle and how to use them when asking questions. The lesson contains a calligraphy part where students can practice vocabulary related to the topic.
In this lesson, students will learn to ask basic information about a country in Mandarin Chinese. It has dialogues "Which country are you going to?" "Which country are you from?" "Have you been to China?" The lesson contains a grammar part, substitution drills, and calligraphy practice.
The lesson contains audio dialogues including, "What country is this?" "What part of China is this?" "Where are you from?" There is also instruction concerning grammar about phrase structure, substitution drills, and calligraphy practice based on the lesson vocabulary.
The lesson contains information on how to say the date in Mandarin Chinese, vocabulary for days of the week, months and audio dialogues. The lesson has a grammar section about using numerals in sentences and a calligraphy section on the vocabulary of the lesson.
The lesson teaches how to ask and tell your age in Mandarin Chinese, audio dialogues related to the topic, vocabulary, grammar explanation on how to build sentences that emphasize time and place in the past.
This lesson is about how to ask and tell time in Mandarin Chinese. This lesson has four audio conversations: "What time is it?" "What time do you get up?" "What time do you have a break?" What time will you be back?"
The grammar section provides some explanation about how to build sentences when talking about time and schedule.
The lesson is about places in the city. The lesson contains the following audio dialogues:
"Where do you go this morning?'
"Who are you going with?"
"Do you have free time?"
"Shall we go to the restaurant?"
The grammar part explains about prepositional construction in the sentence and negative forms of verbs.
This lesson provides practice asking different questions and introduction to Chinese measure word. This lesson includes the following audio dialogues:
"What is this?"
"What fruit is that?"
"Do you have a dictionary?"
"Is this your dictionary?"
Grammar section explains how to use Chinese measure word.
This lesson provides practice asking questions when buying things. This lesson includes a variety of audio dialogues concerning this subject matter.
In this lesson, students will learn how to order drinks in Chinese. The lesson includes several audio dialogues:
In the grammar section there is an introduction to the future tense and the way to say "let's" in Chinese. The lesson also has the substitution drills section where students will get more familiar with the Chinese characters.
In this lesson, students will learn how to talk about food in Chinese, express likes, and give suggestions. In the grammar section there are explanations with examples on how to form affirmative-negative form of questions and use verb repetition.
Students will learn how to order food in Chinese restaurant, names of Chinese dishes and drinks. In the audio section students can practice ordering food and talking to a waiter in the restaurant. In the grammar section, students will learn how to use helping verbs before other verbs to express ability, possibility, intention and wishes.