Manual for Teaching and Learning Chinese as a Foreign Language
Routledge, 11 Mei 2018 - 114 halaman
Written in an extended dictionary format, the Manual for Teaching and Learning Chinese as a Foreign Language aims to cover all key terms related to teaching Chinese as a foreign language.
Each section contains an introduction with language-specific information, and identifies students and teachers’ common questions, including the capacity of Chinese as a morphologically unmarked language to indicate categories such as tense and mood. Many entries listed in this manual come with an explanation, a commentary, and rich examples.
The Manual for Teaching and Learning Chinese as a Foreign Language appeals to both Chinese as a foreign language (CFL) teachers and students, as well as being the ideal reference for researchers conducting comparative studies of the Chinese and English languages.
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The challenge in pronouncing Chinese lies in pronouncing the difficult consonant
sounds represented in Pinyin, a task that involves the accurate positioning of the
tongue (see 拼音 Pinyin –声母 initials, consonants), and in controlling the ...
发音器官 Vocal organs, organ of articulation 舌尖 The tip of the tongue, the front
of the tongue 舌根 The root of the tongue, the back of the tongue 小舌 Uvula, the
lobe on the back of the palate 硬腭 Hard palate, the upper surface inside the ...
When pronouncing them, the two edges of the tongue should roll towards the part
of the mouth where the upper inside palate (the hard palate) meets the back of
the upper teeth at the sides, with the tip of the tongue resting at the front. “Zh” is ...
... vowel Retroflex final This is pronounced by pulling the tongue far back inside
the mouth and letting most of it hang there, in the middle. As a final, it is used
without any initials/consonants and only appears with a limited number of