|Other titles||Han yü chiao liu : ch"u chi Han yü, yüeh tu shu hsieh pen, Communicating in Chinese : student"s book for reading and writing|
|LC Classifications||PL1129.E5 N55 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||284 p. :|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||95195932|
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Communicating Effectively with the Chinese (Communicating Effectively in Multicultural Contexts): Gao, Ge, Ting-Toomey, Stella: : by: Chinese communication has lon g been called a high context comm unication (Hall, ). This view h as. A source book in Chinese philosophy. Princeton: Princeton Uni versity Press. The "Communicate in Chinese" texts have 40 scenarios (40 topics) in total, published as a set of four volumes of books, and corresponding audio-visual materials, each book comprises ten lessons, the last one being a review lesson. The publications are available for: 4 books of texts, and 12 DVD discs of videos broadcasted by CCTV 9. Communicating in Chinese is for the beginning learner. The series now includes three student books and two teacher activity books (available online as PDFs), and provides the framework for a proficiency-based approach to learning standard Chinese/5(5).
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