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21F.103 Chinese III (Regular)

Fall 2005

Brush salesman with his wares.Brush salesman. Shanghai, China, 2006. (Photo courtesy of Julian K. Wheatley.)

Course Highlights

This course features the third part of a downloadable textbook, available in readings and also includes audio files of its main conversational and narrative material and a downloadable tutorial program (flashCube) for review, all available in study materials. It can be used as the basis for a taught course, for self-instruction, or for elementary-to-intermediate review.

Course Description

This is the third of the four courses (Chinese I through IV) in MIT's regular (non-streamlined) Chinese curriculum. The four make use of the textbook, Learning Chinese: A Foundation Course in Mandarin (unpublished, but available online), to which are added various supporting materials as needs arise. The foundation level covers core grammar, linguistic culture, basic conversation, the principles of the writing system, and elementary reading. Reading is primarily in the simplified character set that is the standard on the Mainland, but also in the traditional set that is still standard in Taiwan and many overseas communities.

All four subjects in the foundation level are (Chinese I and II) or soon will be (Chinese IV) available on OpenCourseWare. Students who have advanced through Chinese I and II to reach this level, as well as those entering at Chinese III, should review at least the late material in Chinese II before proceeding. To facilitate review, as well as to orient students who are new to these materials, highlights from all the units in Chinese I and II and a list of the characters formally introduced in Character lessons 1-6 are included in the readings section of this course.



Chinese Sequence on OCW

OpenCourseWare now offers a complete sequence of four Chinese language courses, covering beginning to intermediate levels of instruction at MIT. They can be used not just as the basis for taught courses, but also for self-instruction and elementary-to-intermediate review.

The four Chinese subjects provide the following materials: an online textbook in four parts, J. K. Wheatley's Learning Chinese: A Foundation Course in Mandarin; audio files of the main conversational and narrative material in this book; and syllabi and day-by-day schedules for each term. The four course sites also have links to a downloadable tutorial program, called flashCube, which offers a handy package of functions for learning textbook material outside of class.


CHINESE COURSESCOURSE SITES
Chinese I (Spring 2006)21F.101/151
Chinese II (Spring 2006)21F.102/152
Chinese III (Fall 2005)21F.103
Chinese IV (Spring 2006)21F.104


Special Features

Technical Requirements

Special software is required to use some of the files in this course: .mp3.





Syllabus

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Course Description

This subject follows 21F.102/21F.152 (Chinese II) in MIT's curriculum in modern standard Chinese (Mandarin). Together with 21F.104, taught in the Spring, Chinese III forms the intermediate level of what constitutes a four-term foundation in Mandarin. The foundation (Chinese I through IV) covers the core grammar of the language; it develops a sensitivity to linguistically appropriate behavior; it introduces extensive vocabulary and usage as a basis for conversational development; and it provides a step-by-step guide to the principles and practice of reading and writing Chinese characters.

In Chinese III, students will complete the basic grammatical survey of the language begun in the first year courses and consolidate and improve conversational skills; in reading, there will be a transition from the short texts of the sort encountered in Chinese I and II to stories adapted from traditional Chinese tales.



Materials

Chinese III continues where Chinese II left off, at the end of Part 2 of J. K. Wheatley's Learning Chinese: A Foundation Course in Mandarin (Unit 7), and will continue with all of Part 3 (Characters 7 and Units 8, 9, and 10) of the same book. Learning Chinese will be supplemented over the course of the term with material from two other texts, one focused on listening (which will be completed in Chinese IV), and the other on reading. These are listed below. Character reading will be mostly in the simplified set (jiantizì), but there will be occasional excerpts written in the traditional set (fántizì) as well. As before, you will be allowed to write either character set. For composition in characters, we hope that, with some instruction, you will be able to use the word processing software that is already bundled with the operating system of most computers.

The flashCube program (developed by Jordan Gilliland, a former student) is available for download on OpenCourseWare at the 21F.101/21F.151 site. It allows you to review all vocabulary (in phrases) and characters (in compounds and phrases) from Chinese I and II (Units 1-7, Characters 1-6). Its database also contains - or will contain - words and phrases for most Chinese III material. FlashCube functions include pinyin toning, dictionary lookup, and word-by-word translation. See the flashCube draft manual on OpenCourseWare at the 21F.101/21F.151 site for details.



Textbooks Required from the Start of the Course

Wheatley, Julian K. Learning Chinese: A Foundation Course in Mandarin (Part 3).
Parts 1 and 2 form the basis of 21F.101/21F.151 and 21F.102/21F.152, respectively, which are also published on OpenCourseWare.



Textbooks Required Later in the Course

Amazon logo Spring, Madeline K. Making Connections: Enhance Your Listening Comprehension in Chinese. Simplified character ed. Boston, MA: Cheng and Tsui Company, 2002. ISBN: 0887273661.
Comes with two CDs; used sparingly in Chinese III, more extensively in Chinese IV. The simplified character version (the one with the turquoise cover) is recommended.

Amazon logo Wang, Fred Fan-yü. The Lady in the Painting. Mirror Series A. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1983. ISBN: 0887100430.



Recommended Dictionaries

DeFrancis, John, ed. ABC Chinese-English Dictionary. Regular or pocket ed. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press, 1996.
This is the only Chinese-to-English dictionary ordered by alphabet without reference to the head character of a word. In effect, this allows you to look up a word on the basis of its pronunciation alone, with no knowledge of the characters that represent it (though searching by character is also possible).

Yuan, Boping, and Sally Church, eds. The Oxford Starter Chinese Dictionary. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2000.
A handy starter's dictionary, with good definitions and clear format.

Manswer, Martin H., ed. Concise English-Chinese / Chinese-English Dictionary. 2nd ed. New York, NY: The Commerical Press and Oxford University Press, 2004.
More entries than the previous dictionary, plus an English-to-Chinese section.



Grading and Assignments

The course grade will be based on class performance, on tests, assignments (including a final presentation), with the relative weighting of each as shown below:


ACTIVITIESPERCENTAGES
There will be five tests, fairly evenly spaced through the term; though each will be focused on new material, all will be cumulative, so there will not be an additional midterm or final.50%
Class performance will be evaluated on the basis of attendance (including promptness), preparedness, homework, and participation.35%
A final oral presentation delivered before the class with appropriate visuals and other props on one of the subjects that you encounter in the textbook or in the readings (e.g. getting around in China, regional languages, advertising, Chinese meals).15%



Other factors may come in to play in assigning a final grade, eg improvement versus stagnation over the course of the semester, and progress relative to starting level. Quizzes or tests missed without written excuse cannot be made up. Attendance and promptness is assumed; more than 4 unexcused absences (a week's worth) lowers your grade one letter; persistent tardiness will also add up to absences.



Teaching

For the first few weeks, the focus moves back and forth from conversation to characters, which allows consolidation of one while the spotlight is on the other. While individual styles of instruction vary, most teachers, when dealing with the conversational units (review of Unit 7 followed by Units 8-10), work towards a crescendo, from simple, short exchanges as patterns are being introduced, to complicated, longer material as patterns, vocabulary and usage become more familiar. Units, or segments within units, culminate in relatively long dialogues or narratives that incorporate many of the new points of grammar and usage. Similarly, characters are introduced one set at a time, or a few pages at a time, with repetition and overlap, and frequent review until reading can proceed with accuracy and fluency.



How to succeed

  • Don't miss any classes at all - unless you are really ill.
  • Prepare ahead of each class (following the detailed schedule of assignments).
  • Read the material, then produce it from cues until you can; visualize; review old material (with flashCube) while you learn new.
  • Keep a running list of questions and notes as you work through the material.
  • Work with classmates; consult with teachers - earlier rather than later.
  • Stay playful!


MISTI China (For MIT students)

Interested in working or teaching abroad? Check out the MISTI program (MIT Science and Technology Initiatives). The MIT China Program (one of the MISTI programs) sponsors students working or teaching in China over the summer or a school year.



Calendar


DAY #TOPICSKEY DATES
Part 1
1-9Review of Units 7 and 6

Begin Characters Lesson 7
Test 1 on day #9
Part 2
10-20Complete Characters Lesson 7

Unit 8 up to (not including) 8.10

Begin Reading Lady in the Painting
Test 2 on day #20
Part 3
21-32Complete Unit 8

Lady in the Painting (cont.)

Begin Unit 9
Test 3 on day #32
Part 4
33-40Complete Unit 9

Lady in the Painting (cont.)
Test 4 on day #40
Part 5
41-53Unit 10

Lady in the Painting (to the end)
Test 5 on day #49

Presentations on days #51-53




Readings

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This section features the main texts used in this course. The assignments rely entirely upon the texts listed below, with strong use of Wheatley's Learning Chinese: A Foundation Course in Mandarin. Part 1 of the course consists of review from Chinese II and uses materials from Learning Chinese (Part 2); the remainder of the course is solely Chinese III and uses Learning Chinese (Part 3).



Required Textbooks

Wheatley, Julian K. Learning Chinese: A Foundation Course in Mandarin (Part 3).

Amazon logo Spring, Madeline K. Making Connections: Enhance Your Listening Comprehension in Chinese. Simplified character edition. Boston, MA: Cheng and Tsui Company, 2002. ISBN: 0887273661.

Amazon logo Wang, Fred Fan-yü. The Lady in the Painting. Mirror Series A. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1983. ISBN: 0887100430.



Review Materials from Chinese II, Learning Chinese (Part 2)

Highlights of Units 1-7 (PDF)

Unit 6 (PDF)

Unit 7 (PDF)

Highlights of Characters Lessons 1-7 (PDF)

Characters Lesson 6 (PDF)



Material for Chinese III, Learning Chinese (Part 3)

Unit 8 (PDF)

Unit 9 (PDF - 1.1 MB)

Unit 10 (PDF - 1.3 MB)

Characters 7 (PDF)

Characters 7: Stroke Order (PDF)



Units by Sections

Available below are the units covered in Chinese III, divided thematically into groups of sections.

Unit 8


PagesSections
1-12Beginning to 8.3 (PDF)
13-258.4 to 8.5 (PDF)
25-348.6 to 8.8 (PDF)
34-408.9 to 8.10 (PDF)
41-558.11 to end (PDF)



Unit 9


PagesSections
1-9Beginning to 9.3 (PDF)
9-199.4 to 9.5 (PDF)
19-299.6 to 9.9 (PDF)
29-389.10 to 9.11 (PDF)
38-479.12 to end (PDF)



Unit 10


PagesSections
1-11Beginning to 10.4 (PDF)
12-1910.5 to 10.8 (PDF)
19-2610.9 to 10.11 (PDF)
26-3510.12 to 10.14 (PDF)
35-4710.15 to end (PDF)




Assignments

This section features the daily assignments for the course. All the assignments rely heavily on texts available in the readings section as well as audio files available in the study materials section. For Part 1, all review materials from Chinese II can be found either in the readings section or in 21F.102/21F.152.



Overview

In the following schedule, assignments are listed in sequence (Day 1, Day 2...), one for each day of class (with intervening days ignored). Note that the dates given for each assignment are the dates on which the assignments are due (for day 5, etc.); in other words, the assignments are preparation for class.

The daily assignments indicate the pace of the class and the way the different materials are coordinated. They should be interpreted as additions to a process that involves review, preview and consolidation; so for example, the assignment for day #14 begins 'Unit 8.5.3 (Duō fàng ...)', which is a signal to get to know the construction by examining the examples so that it can be practiced in class and eventually incorporated in the conversational repertoire.



Abbreviations Key

Assignments make reference to sections within Unit or Characters material (e.g. Unit 7.3, Chars 7.4.2) and to exercises (Unit 9 excercise 3). The reader, Lady in the Painting, is cited as Lady (e.g. Lady pp. 14-16).



Daily Assignments


DAY #ASSIGNMENTS
Part 1: Days 1-9 (Review Units 7 and 6 from Chinese II and Begin Chars 7)
1In class: Getting used to the class format - greeting your teacher, counting off, rote practice, rhymes, and role play. Zìwŏ jièshào ('self introductions') and giving autobiographical information; the syllabus and information about the course; reviewing Unit 7 (PDF) material (from the end of Chinese II): Talking about the weather; language abilities; what time you (habitually) go to sleep/get up/eat breakfast, etc. Chars 6 (PDF): exercise 2 (ordering drinks and snacks); 6.5 (A filial tale).
2Review Unit 7 and Chars 6 (refer to the files entitled 'Grammatical and topical highlights from Units 1-7' and 'Character list for Chars 1-7'). Re-familiarize yourself over the next few days with the following sections of Unit 7: 7.10 (Weather) and 7.11 (Dialog on weather); 7.8 (Duration) and 7.9 (Two le-patterns), 7.7 (Cái 'not until'); and review Question Words in the Unit 7 Appendix. Then for day 3, (re-)do excercise 6 and 7 (in Unit 7.8 and 7.9). In class, you will do the pronunciation review under 7.14. Begin Chars 7 (PDF) with 7.0, a review of earlier character material. Read the first set of questions (1.i) and prepare (oral) responses to them; practice reading the tonal sets (2) aloud. (Use flashCube to review Chars 1-6.)
3Recall your rhymes from the end of each Unit. Continue with Unit 7 review, adding 7.6 (conveyances) and 7.5 (Talking about tea and coffee). Making Connections 1 (Greetings) - a daily dose until you understand. Chars 7: Complete all 4 sections of Chars 7.0, the review section.
4More Unit 7 review, adding 7.3 on language ability, 7.2 on conjoining sentences (doing excercise 2) and finally 7.1 (Verb-combos-1). From Chars 6, (re-)read the filial tale (6.5) and the narrative (6.6).
5Complete the Unit 7 review with 7.12 (on co-verbs) and 7.13 (The letter - audio on OCW Chinese II) - make sure you can answer the questions in excercise 9. Begin the first set of Chars 7 (sections 7.1, 7.1.1, 7.1.2 and 7.1.3).
6Unit 6 (PDF) reviews (6.1 opposites; 6.2 describing people; 6.3 V-guo). In Chars 7, consolidate Set 1 (7.1 to 7.3) by reading and testing yourself with flashCube, available in study materials.
7Review Unit 6.4 (When, before, after) to 6.6 (Places of work), (re-)doing excercise 5 (in section 6.5). Making Connections 5 (Seeing friends). In Chars 7, learn set 2 by going through 7.2.1 and 7.2.2, then try to read the bio on Young Mao (7.3.1) - work with classmates if you can - and prepare to answer the questions in 7.3.1.
8Review Unit 6.7 through 6.11 (Directions; the shi...de pattern; food, etc.). Consolidate Chars 7 through 7.3.1.
9Prepare for Test 1 which will review Units 6, 7 and Chars 6, as well as reading material that includes the first two sets of Chars 7 (i.e. through Chars 7.3.1). On the test, while reading may be in characters (primarily simplified, but also some traditional) - as well as pinyin, you will not be asked to write characters.
Part 2: Days 10-20 (Complete Chars 7, Unit 8 up to (not including) 8.10)
10Continue with Chars 7, set 3 (7.4 through 7.4.2) and read the filial tale about catching carp in winter. Preview Unit 8 (PDF) - especially. 8.1 (Narratives) and 8.3 (Comparison), with audio in study materials.
11Complete Chars 7, through Set 4 and the meteorological reports, and 7.6 (On the street). You will have over a week to consolidate Chars 7 (and earlier Chars lessons) while you're working on Unit 8 (text and mp3s). See what's coming up in Unit 8 by examining the Highlights section (8.15); review your Rhymes and look at the new ones in 8.16. Look ahead to names of sports under 8.2 and fruit under 8.5.1 - practice reading the lists out loud. Then review the short narratives of 8.1, and continue to familiarize yourself with 8.3 (Comparison) - you'll start to work with simple comparisons in class (e.g. height, size of cities, etc.). Making Connections 6 (on foreign language).
12Unit 8, do excercise 1a, 1b (Guided narratives); familiarize yourself with the sample interchanges in 8.2 (Sports), with audio available in study materials, and learn how to talk about the sports that interest you. Consolidate 8.3 on comparison so that you can, e.g., compare heights of classmates or size of cities in China and elsewhere (shifting from bĭ 'than' to méiyou 'not as'); see audio in study materials. Preview 8.4 (approximately; large numbers, etc.)
13Unit 8, excercise 2 (sports); continue with 8.5.1 (At the fruit stand) and the other parts of 8.5, with audio in study materials. Pronunciation practice with 'aspirations' (8.14). Keep practicing 'comparison' and reviewing temporal narratives (8.1). Look ahead to 8.5.5 (Toasts) - practicing them in class each day; and start getting used to the names of the 'purchases' in 8.6.
14Unit 8.5.3 (Duō fàng ...), and look over the sections on cuisine and toasts - practice toasts daily. Do Unit 8 excercise 3a, 3b (Comparison). Review 'At the fruit stand', and from earlier lessons, 'time of meals', 'names of dishes', 'after and before', etc. Preview Unit 8.6 (in the store) and items for purchase, with audio in study materials.
15Unit 8 excercise 4a, 4b (Populations); review 8.6 (In the store) and 8.6.1 (on shìqing); then preview 8.7 on regional languages and 8.7.1, the dialogue, with audio available in study materials.
16Unit 8 excercise 5 (comparison of cuisines); consolidate 8.7 and 8.7.1. Review earlier parts of Unit 8.
17Unit 8.8 (The story of Lin Mei - audio); and excercise 6 (questions on Lin Mei). Begin Lady: pp. 1-3 (follow the rule of 3 for reading: 'characters>sentences>reading with comprehension').
18Unit 8.9 (Jobs - two versions), with audio in study materials; review Unit 8 material; Lady through p. 6.
19Review through 8.9, Chars 7 and the few pages of Lady read so far.
20Test 2, on all of Chars 7, Lady through p. 6, and Unit 8 through 8.9 (Jobs); as always, for characters, you will be tested on reading, not writing.
Part 3: Days 21 -32 (Complete Unit 8; Continue Reading Lady ; begin Unit 9)
21Unit 8.10 (new le's), and do excercise 7; preview 8.11 and 8.12, with audio in study materials. Lady pp. 7-8.5.
22Unit 8 excercise 8 (jumbled phrases); review 8.12 (Verb-combos) and do excercise 9 (which involves visualizing situations that elicit directional complements) until familiar. Lady through p. 10.
23Finish up Unit 8, doing excercise 10 and 11. Review 8.11 (Visiting the Great Wall); Review the highlights (8.15). Lady pp. 11-13.
24Making Connections 7 (Foreign language). Lady through p. 16. Unit 9 (PDF - 1.1 MB): Look ahead to the highlights (9.16); review rhymes and preview Unit 9 rhymes (9.17); 9.1 (modification), with audio in study materials, and 9.2 (Clothes). Review the dialogue on regional languages in Unit 8 (8.7.1), with audio in study materials.
25Unit 9 excercise 1; and 9.3 (Bargaining the Chinese way), with audio in study materials. Lady through p. 19.
26Unit 9.4 (V-zhe), excercise 2 - important to know the various constructions with V-zhe. Lady: catch up, or consolidate; redo Making Connections.
27Unit 9.4.5 (At the Temple), with audio in study materials; more with V-zhe (9.4), and do excercise 3; Unit 9.5 (Colors). Lady pp. 20-22.
28Unit 9.6 (Buying a seal), with audio in study materials; preview 9.7 (the Ba construction) - manipulation things in the classroom; excercise 4. Lady pp. 23-24.
29Unit 9.7 (Ba), with with audio in study materials, and 9.7.1 (Making tea). Lady pp. 25 to top of 27. Making Connections 14 (Asking directions).
30Unit 9.8 (Verb-combos 3 - and review Combos 2); excercise 5. Lady p. 27 to the end of p. 29.
31Consolidate: Unit 9 through 9.8.3; do excercise 6. Lady through p. 29.
32Test 3 on Unit 9 through 9.8 and Lady through p. 29.
Part 4: Days 33 - 40 (Complete Unit 9; Lady through p. 48)
33Prepare the Peking Duck dialogue (Unit 9.9), with audio in study materials. Lady though the end of p. 31.
34Unit 9.10 and dialogue (9.10.1), with audio in study materials, plus excercise 7. Lady through end of p. 34.
35Unit 9.11, with audio in study materials, and excercise 8. Preview the Wáng Xuéyīng bio - (9.12) with audio in study materials. Lady pp. 36 and 37.
36Conclude Unit 9 (9.13 to end); review Unit 9. Lady through p. 40.
37Review Unit 9 (and prior material); continue with Lady through p. 43. Making Connections 15 (Birthday).
38More review and consolidation of Units 9 and 8; Lady through the middle of p. 48.
39Prepare for Test 4 by reviewing Units 9 and 8, plus Lady through p. 48.
40Test 4 through Unit 9 and Lady p. 48.
Part 5: Days 41 - End (Unit 10 and Lady to End)
41Preview Unit 10 (PDF - 1.3 MB) - the highlights, the rhymes, then do Unit 10.1 (Feeling ill) with excercise 1; and 10.2 (Indefinites); Lady though p. 49. Start to plan your presentations about now.
42Unit 10 excercise 2 (Indefinites), then preview 10.3 and the long interview (10.4) with audio in study materials, which is a good review of biographical material. Lady pp. 50 and 51.
43Get more familiar with 10.4 (Interview) and prepare to interview your own teacher(s) in or out of class. Unit 10.5, and do excercise 3 and read 10.6 (for interest). Lady pp 52-3.
44Unit 10.7 (Religion) and 10.8 (Verb-combos 4). Lady to top of p. 56.
45Unit 10.9, with audio in study materials, and excercise 4; preview 10.10 with audio in study materials, and do excercise 5. Lady pp. 56-58.
46Consolidate 10.10 (Bèi) and review the bă construction (9.7 and 9.9), with audio in study materials, which has similar grammatical properties to bèi. Then preview 10.11 (Seeking opinions), with audio in study materials. Lady pp. 59-60.
47Unit 10.12 (Smoking) and the dialogue (10.12.1), both of which have audio in study materials. Lady pp. 61-62.
48Consolidate Unit 10 so far, and Lady through p. 62.
49Test 5 on Unit 10 to 10.12 and Lady through p. 62.

The conclusion of Unit 10 and Lady are scheduled for the final days of the term in the hope that even with the presentations, there will be enough time to at least skim over the concluding material. Chinese IV will pick up with this material at the beginning of the term.
50Unit 10.13 (Driving), with audio in study materials. Lady to top of p. 68.
51Prepare presentations; continue with Unit 10.14 and 10.15 (Communication tools), with audio in study materials; Lady through p. 70.
52Presentations; Unit 10.16 (Waiting and forgetting) and 10.17 (Telephoning), with audio in study materials; Lady though p. 74.
53Presentations; Unit 10.18 (Chinese etiquette), with audio in study materials, and conclusion; Lady to end.




Study Materials

Special software is required to use some of the files in this section: .mp3.

This section features the audio files needed for the assignments and readings. It also includes a link to flashCube.



Audio Files

The following audio files are courtesy of Julian Wheatley, Tong Chen, Jin Zhang, and Min-Min Liang and have been used with permission.


SECTIONSTITLES
Unit 8
8.1 (MP3 - 1.6 MB)Five short narratives illustrating temporal and logical sequences
8.2 (MP3 - 1.1 MB)Some short interchanges or comments on sports
8.3.2 (MP3)A short dialogue on population
8.3.3 (MP3)Five short dialogues involving comparison
8.4.4 (MP3 - 1.0 MB)Talking about the size of cities and population
8.5.1 (MP3)Dialogue: At the fruit stand
8.6 (MP3)Dialogue: In the store
8.6.1 (MP3)Five very short dialogues involving the word shì<qing>
8.7.1 (MP3)Dialogue involving Chinese regional languages
8.8 (MP3 - 3.6 MB)A narrative about Lin Mei
8.9 (MP3 - 1.2 MB)Jobs, versions 1 and 2
8.11 (MP3)Dialogue: What did you do yesterday?
8.12.1 (MP3)Three short dialogues involving directional complements
Unit 9
9.1.2 (MP3)Dialogue: Who's in the photograph?
9.3 (MP3 - 1.4 MB)Bargaining, the Chinese way
9.4.1 (MP3)Standing or sitting in class?
9.4.3 (MP3)Four short dialogues involving current actions
9.4.5 (MP3)At the temple
9.6 (MP3)Dialogue: Buying a seal
9.7 (MP3)Eight short interchanges
9.9 (MP3)Peking Duck
9.10 (MP3)Three very short interchanges
9.10.1 (MP3)Getting home
9.11 (MP3 - 1.7 MB)Fourteen easy pieces, short comments and interchanges
9.12 (MP3 - 1.9 MB)Wáng Xuéyïng
Unit 10
10.4 (MP3 - 1.5 MB)An interview with your teacher
10.8.1 (MP3)Some short phrases and interchanges involving verb combos
10.8.3 (MP3)Moving out
10.9 (MP3)Some sentences involving transformations
10.10 (MP3)Some short dialogues involving bèi
10.10.3 (MP3)A dialogue
10.11 (MP3)Seeking opinions
10.12 (MP3 - 2.2 MB)On smoking
10.12.1 (MP3)Dialogue: Smoking
10.13 (MP3 - 2.8 MB)Driving
10.15 (MP3 - 2.8 MB)Communication tools
10.17.1 (MP3)Leaving a message
10.18 (MP3)Chinese etiquette





flashCube

Some of the assignments reference a program called flashCube, which is a computer program that helps students learn the Chinese material presented in this course. flashCube is available for download on OpenCourseWare at the 21F.101/21F.151 site.




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