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CHIN1151E001 - Introductory Chinese I

Learn the Chinese system of pronunciation using the Romanized, Pinyin lettering system to produce and hear the Chinese tones and tonal changes along with spelling rules. Read, write, understand and pronounce approximately 150 vocabulary items, introduce yourself, ask for information and yes/no...
Code: CHIN1151E001

CHIN1152E001 - Introductory Chinese II

Build on your basic understanding of the Pinyin tonal system and tonal changes to express possession, ask questions, write basic Chinese characters and use adverbs correctly. Use numbers to express dates and time and to read, write, pronounce and understand adverbs and prepositional phrases...
Code: CHIN1152E001

CHIN2210E001 - Intermediate Chinese I

Build on your abilities by participating in conversations in Chinese. Learn approximately 150 additional vocabulary items, apply your existing vocabulary in reading, writing and conversation and read simple texts using Chinese characters. Further your knowledge of how Chinese characters are...
Code: CHIN2210E001

CHIN2211E001 - Intermediate Chinese II

Hone your conversational and writing skills by using simple sentences in the past, present and future tenses so that native speakers can understand you. Reduce pause time in speaking and learn approximately 200 additional vocabulary items as well as more complex sentences structures. Read longer...
Code: CHIN2211E001

CHIN2212E001 - Intermediate Chinese III

In this high-intermediate level course, participants read selections from modern Chinese literature--essays, short stories and newspaper articles. Conversation and writing exercises, using Chinese characters, are based upon reading materials. Grammar include adverbs; particles; the "a" structure...
Code: CHIN2212E001

CHIN6900E001 - Expert Chinese I

An in-depth study of political and legal terms in the Chinese language. Students use legal documents and political articles to translate the Chinese to English and English into correct grammatical Chinese.
Code: CHIN6900E001

CHIN9250E001 - Advanced Chinese I

The country and people of China come alive through conversation, newspapers and magazines, video clips from contemporary Chinese television programs, newspapers, writing assignments, and oral presentations. Complex grammar topics are addressed in readings and discussions.
Code: CHIN9250E001

CHIN9251E001 - Advanced Chinese II

Focusing on topics of contemporary importance in today’s in China, students in this advanced class develop their abilities to express themselves using complex syntax and grammar in written assignments and oral presentations. Conducted entirely in Chinese, the class addresses Chinese society in order...
Code: CHIN9251E001

CHIN1153E001 - Introductory Chinese III

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.Additional Information: View the Term course schedule. You may purchase textbook(s) through the...
Code: CHIN1153E001

CHIN9252E001 - Advanced Chinese III

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.
Code: CHIN9252E001

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