DLI - Chinese Language Course - FLAMRIC Course

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Chinese Mandarin - Flamic Reader - Lessons 01-07

Chinese Mandarin - Flamic Reader - Lessons 07-13

Chinese Mandarin - Flamic Reader - Lessons 14-18

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Defense Language Institute Chinese (Mandarin) - Image This volume contains Air Force terminology in Chinese-Mandarin, English equivalents, as well as sample sentences and English translations, The Chinese text is rendered in two types of romanization (Pin Yin and Yale) and two kinds of characters (traditional and simplified). This book was prepared as a teaching aid in the Chinese Mandarin Department, DLIFLC as part of the Basic Course Enrichment Program, in August 1973.

Basic Military Know-How is designed for the instruction of PLA soldiers. It is included to provide you with more exposure to military terminology and translation practice. It will also help you to become more familiar with PLA fighting methods, tactics and weapons. Lesson format varies but certain items will usually be present. Each lesson includes a text, grammar drills, new vocabulary, exercises, and a character table. Attempt translating. the text of each lesson before going on to the vocabulary list. This gives you a chance to develop your contextual translation skills. After becoming familiar with the new words, translate the text into English to check your ability to figure out the meaning from context.

The "Exercise" portion of each lesson is designed to check your progress and indicate what you have or have not learned. If you have an instructor, the interplay between the two of you will show you just how much you understand. In the event you must use these materials without an instructor, the exercises are still useful. If you're not sure of a grammar point or vocabulary item, make a note of it. The grammar index included in the Manual of Administration and the vocabulary listing proVide a comprehensive listing. If you are unable to find a specific or similar example, the textbook is organized in groups of four lessons including a review lesson which normally covers all important grammar points. Each lesson text includes similar constructions to the ones used in the exercises. These provide a context to work from to clarify how the construction is used in the language.

Chinese is a group of related but in many cases mutually unintelligible language varieties, forming a branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family. Chinese is spoken by the Han majority and many other ethnic groups in China. Nearly 1.2 billion people (around 16% of the world's population) speak some form of Chinese as their first language.

The varieties of Chinese are usually described by native speakers as dialects of a single Chinese language, but linguists note that they are as diverse as a language family. The internal diversity of Chinese has been likened to that of the Romance languages, but may be even more varied. There are between 7 and 13 main regional groups of Chinese (depending on classification scheme), of which the most spoken, by far, is Mandarin (about 960 million), followed by Wu (80 million), Yue (70 million) and Min (70 million). Most of these groups are mutually unintelligible, although some, like Xiang and the Southwest Mandarin dialects, may share common terms and some degree of intelligibility. All varieties of Chinese are tonal and analytic.

Chinese (Mandarin) is spoken in: China

Chinese (Mandarin) is also called: Beifang Fangyan, Guanhua, Guoyu, Hanyu, Hoton, Huayu, Hui, Hui-Zu, Hytad, Kuoyu, Mandarin, Northern Chinese, Putonghua, Qotong, Standard Chinese, Xui

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