Chng Ta Ni--: Conversational Vietnamese : an Intermediate Text

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University of Washington Press, 2001 - Foreign Language Study - 490 pages
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This intermediate language text, written for those who already have a basic knowledge of Vietnamese, stresses conversational skills. The goal is to help students communicate effectively and absorb meaning through speaking, listening, reading, and writing, incorporating the most up-to-date features of the interactive approach to language learning.
The book provides insights into Vietnam's multifaceted culture. Each of the 24 chapters includes a list of competencies to be achieved and concepts to be studied; essential and expanded vocabulary lists, pronunciation drills, dialogues, and oral activities; a section devoted to grammar with exercises, and explanations in English; proverbs and popular phrases to be memorized and recited; situations to help achieve fluidity of speech in real-life communication; a summary of vocabulary, grammar points, and pattern sentences for review; a listening section; and Vietnamese newspaper articles with reading and writing assignments.
The text also includes three audio CDs, a glossary, and an index to grammar notes. Review lessons following every three chapters are designed to keep the learner current at all times.
 

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Contents

Vocabulary and Spoken Grammar and Usage Listening Comprehension
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7Sốế ậae để đến ở đế 3760
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7 cửa
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2a 4ệ 94a đau 103123
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Chương 7 125143
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7ưa đắme 157183
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6ạy cệc vặt 185210
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ải đố để để đua 211230
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9ao cực để tạề tạảệ 325349
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7ế ệc 72aae 351370
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?n để đề đang để 371395
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2ất xc ệc 72aac 407431
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22axế xến địc dả ?ệc 72ame gaa tn đường gếổ 433453
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Vocabulary and Spoken Grammar and Usage Listening Comprehension
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28c dấng đuế đần 4ệc 72aac 455482
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Glossary G1
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23txế đng để đấu đau 243267
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Vocabulary and Spoken Grammar and Usage Listening Comprehension
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7ng đo đạ cếng 295313
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Ying Wang , assistant professor of Chinese at Mount Holyoke College, is a coeditor of Literature and Society: Advanced Reader of Modern Chinese. Carrie E. Reed , associate professor of Chinese at Middlebury College, is a coauthor of Xioyun Hnyu / Speaking Chinese on Campus: A Textbook for Intermediate Chinese Courses.

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