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Learn to Read Chinese: An Introduction to…

Learn to Read Chinese: An Introduction to the Language and Concepts of…

by Paul U. Unschuld

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This volume teaches the medical language of contemporary Chinese. All 128 texts chosen are excerpted from an introduction to Chinese medicine written by Qin Bowei, one of the founders of modern Chinese medicine and a medical writer known for producing contemporary technical expression. The book teaches analysis of Chinese texts and shows how to identify the basic statements of a sentence and the adjunct statement. In particular, it uses the principles of Natural Language development in order for students to acquire a knowledge of how statements in the Chinese language relate.… (more)



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