Titel: Chinese Breeze Graded Reader Series, Level 1 (300 words) - Wrong, wrong, wrong! (+ 1 mini MP3-CD)
Autor / Herausgeber: Liu Yuehua，Chu Zhengzhi刘月华，储诚志
ISBN: 978-7-301-07904-1, 9787301079041
Verlag: 北京大学出版社 (Peking University Press)
Sprache: Chinesisch / Englisch
Auflagennummer: 1. Auflage
Seitenzahl: 61 Seiten
Format: 19.5x 13 cm
About Chinese Breeze (Hànyǔ Fēng)
Chinese Breeze (Hànyǔ Fēng) is a large and innovative Chinese graded reader series which offers over 60 titles of enjoyable stories at eight language levels. It is designed for college and secondary school Chinese language learners from beginning to advanced levels (including AP Chinese students), offering them a new opportunity to read for pleasure and simultaneously developing real fluency, building confidence, and increasing motivation for Chinese learning.
Hànyǔ Fēng has the following main features:
- Eight carefully graded levels increasing from 8,000 to 30,000 characters in length
- Wide choice of topics meet the diverse interests of learners
- Most useful vocabulary for actual communication
- Carefully controlled distribution of vocabulary, highly recycled base words in various contexts
- Easy to understand, low new word density, and convenient new word glosses and indexes.
- Mostly original stories crafted by professional writers teamed with pedagogical experts
- Attractive pilots
- Authentic and engaging language
- Fully illustrated texts with appealing layouts
- A variety of activities with answer keys
- Accompanying audio CDs with two (normal and slow) speed choices
错, 错, 错! Wrong, Wrong, Wrong!
une 8. Beijing. A pretty girl lies dead on the floor of her luxury home. A slip of paper found on her body reads, “I’m tired. Let me leave…...” At the bottom of the slip is a signature: Shuang-shuang.
Shuang-shuang has a twin-sister called Dui-dui. The two girls look so similar that others can hardly tell who’s who. Is the one who died really Shuang-shuang? Then where is Dui-dui? If the one who died is Dui-dui as someone claimed, then why is the signature on the slip Shuang-shuang?