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Introductory Chinese III

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Course overview

While emphasizing reading and writing, you review pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary in context. Continue to develop both listening and reading comprehension skills as you produce written exercises.

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Syllabus, Graduate School, USDA Learning Outcome
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to use more advanced patterns and more practical language in conversational situations; and exhibit more competence in reading and writing.

Instruction
Major topics covered in the course include
  • optative verbs and modal particles,
  • asking about time,
  • asking for suggestions,
  • expressing ability,
  • probability,
  • telling time,
  • talking about health, desire, need, necessity,
  • something that has happened,
  • renting a house,
  • making a phone call,
  • invitations,
  • complaining,
  • apologies,
  • passing on regards,
  • holiday greetings.
Methods of instruction include lecture, discussion, classroom exercises, presentations, tests, and final examination.
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