To be fluent in Chinese means recognizing about 2,000 characters and being able to write 1,000 of them from memory. This fact summarizes one of the major challenges in learning Chinese! To succeed in studying the language, there are three secrets: start with the basic characters first, then study the others in the correct order, and use constant repetition to reinforce them until they stick in your long-term memory. Flash cards are ideal for this purpose, and this handy flash card kit presents the characters in the correct order with useful study tools such as audio recordings and an organizing ring.
A native speaker of Chinese, Philip Yungkin Lee, is a Senior Lecturer at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. He has published several language learning titles and has received a Teaching Excellence award from his university. He is also the author of the "Pocket Mandarin Chinese Dictionary, Pocket Cantonese Dictionary, Essential Chinese Mandarin Phrase Book" and "Essential Cantonese Phrase Book."
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