Chinese Breeze Graded Reader Series: Level 1: 300 Word Level: 错, 错, 错!: Cuò, cuò, cuò!: Wrong, Wrong, Wrong!



Chinese Breeze Graded Reader Series: Level 1: 300 Word Level: 错, 错, 错!: Cuò, cuò, cuò!: Wrong, Wrong, Wrong! Chinese Breeze Graded Chinese Readers Chinese Breeze Is An Innovative Graded Chinese Reader Series That Is Planning To Offer Overtitles Of Graded Chinese Readers At Eight Language Levels Chinese Breeze Is Designed For All Learners Of Chinese From Beginner To Advanced Levels Chinese Breeze Offers Students A Great Opportunity To Read For Pleasure And Develop Fluency, Improve Their Confidence In Chinese Chinese Breeze Is Published By The Chinese Graded Readers In Depth Review Of Chinese Breeze Is A Graded Reader Series For Learners Of Mandarin Chinese Chinese Breeze Offers Books In Four Difficulty Levels But Plans To Have Eight Difficulty Levels Overall Chinese Breeze Is Published By Peking University Press A Publishing Company Specializing In Publishing Chinese Learning Materials Chinese Breeze Cheng Tsui Chinese Breeze Is A Well Crafted Series Of Entertaining Chinese Graded Readers Designed For College And High School Students The Series Offers Language Learners At All Levels The Opportunity To Read For Pleasure While Simultaneously Developing Reading Comprehension Skills, Chinese Breeze Graded Reader Series Review Chinese Breeze Is A Graded Reader Series Ranging From Levelto LevelLevelbooks Containwords, Level Twowords, Level Words And Level Words The Chinese Breeze BooksChinese Breeze Graded ReadersChinese Breeze Graded Readers Skip To Main Content Try Prime EN Hello, Sign In Account Lists Sign In Account Lists Orders Try Prime Cart AllChinese Breeze Graded Readers Books Chinese Breeze Graded Reader Series Level Word Level Wrong, Wrong, Wrong Nd Ed English And Chinese Edition By Yuehua Liu And Chengzhi Chu May , Out OfstarsWrong, Wrong, Wrong Chinese Breeze Graded The Chinese Breeze Graded Reader Series Solves That Problem By Providing Compelling Stories, Starting At Thecharacter Level, That Not Only Test Learning But Are Also Engaging I Knew Wrong Wrong Wrong Was Going To Be Good From The First Page When A Girl Is Found Dead On The Floor The Investigation That Follows Not Only Tested My Reading Skills, It Also Kept Me Interested I OrderedChinese Breeze Chinese Readers With Original Plots Chinese Breeze Publishes Original Stories From A Range Of Literature Including Mystery, Romance, Children Stories And Even Some Nostalgia How You Benefit From Chinese Breeze Graded Chinese Readers Textbook Dialogues Are Centered Around Picking Up A Certain Concept Like Ordering Food At A Restaurant, Shopping, Or The Weather Chinese Breeze Graded Readers Hey, I Just Found A Great New Graded Reader Series Called Chinese Breeze As Far As I Know Onlybooks Are Outorplanned Their Website Is Here, Though Its Rather IncompleteAdetailed Introduction To The Series Is Available Here The Books Are Available Onand Studychineseculture This One Has Excerpts Looks Promising, Ive Ordered All Superb Chinese Readers For Improving Your Chinese Graded Chinese Reader The Graded Chinese Reader Is Similar In Presentation To The Two Series Above, However, I D Place Its Level To Be At An Upper Intermediate To An Advanced Level Most Stories Are Not Written Specifically For Chinese Learners They Are Taken From Real Stories Written By Contemporary Chinese

10 thoughts on “Chinese Breeze Graded Reader Series: Level 1: 300 Word Level: 错, 错, 错!: Cuò, cuò, cuò!: Wrong, Wrong, Wrong!

  1. says:

    My first attempt at reading a real book in Chinese My vocabulary was at around 400 characters and 1000 words good enough to complete the book in 3 4 hours A dictionary was required, but I knew most of the words Also, the text is very repetitive, which helps a lot for retention of new words and comprehension of the text I think that s a good idea The sentence structures were often challenging, and very different from my textbook dialogues This being my first book I don t know whether they My first attempt at reading a real book in Chinese My vocabulary was at around 400 characters and 1000 words good enough to complete the book in 3 4 hours A dictionary was required, but I knew most of the words Also, the text is very repetitive, which helps a lot for retention of new words and comprehension of the text I think that s a good idea The sentence structures were often challenging, and very different from my textbook dialogues This being my first book I don t know whether they are very common structures or not, but I trust that they are They were not so different that I could not comprehend the meaning, but that I for instance sometimes needed to use the elimination method to get the meaning properly There were a lot of context going back and forth which were not always apparent I consider these good things, as they will motivate me to read the book several times to analyze the grammar tofully understand it As for the story itself, it s entertaining enough to not prevent you from going on But my main motivation was the fact that I could read a real text

  2. says:

    This was the first of the level one books that I read It was a murder mystery about twins Not only was it not obvious who did it to start with but you weren t even sure who died It was kinda amazing how much could be done with such a limited number of words The murdered girl was a college student so it made sense for them to go to the library at the university and talk to her friends A bitwas revealed with every person they talked to in a way that gave good repetition of the new vocab This was the first of the level one books that I read It was a murder mystery about twins Not only was it not obvious who did it to start with but you weren t even sure who died It was kinda amazing how much could be done with such a limited number of words The murdered girl was a college student so it made sense for them to go to the library at the university and talk to her friends A bitwas revealed with every person they talked to in a way that gave good repetition of the new vocabulary There was even a cool twist on the ending By far the best plot for this series

  3. says:

    I ve been studying chinese for about half a year now and I found it pretty easy to understand A little bit too repetitive at times beyond the point of being helpful, but otherwise definitely serves its purpose well.

  4. says:

    Terrible plot but useful for learning to read simplified Chinese.

  5. says:

    The repetitiveness drove me a little crazy but I know that is the point To drill grammar in an interesting way I did absolutely love the original story line and clues.

  6. says:

    The story itself was pretty boring, but considering there weren t that many different words, it was about as complex as it could be It is nice that the book comes with a CD as well, so that you can hear the story instead of just reading it.

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