Chinese Grammar Language Study Card (9780804853231)

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Tuttle Publishing
Laminated Card
Date Published:
Free Online Audio
Number of Pages:
Trim Size:
8 1/2 X 11

A handy cheat sheet of key Chinese grammar points in an at-a-glance, easy-to-carry format!

The Chinese Grammar Language Study Card is the perfect resource for reviewing the main grammar points that are needed to take the basic-intermediate HSK Levels or the AP test. The compact, portable format is invaluable for anyone wanting to quickly review or expand their knowledge of everyday Chinese sentence and verb forms. This study card includes:
  • How sentences are formed
  • How to use sentence particles correctly
  • How to make questions
  • Different types of sentences

The grammar points are clearly organized into color-coded sections. Each section has a concise explanation in English followed by examples given in Chinese script and Pinyin with English translation. Free online audio recordings by native speakers provide clear and accurate pronunciations for all the Chinese words and sentences.

Designed for convenience, this study card is:
  • Laminated: to hold up over time and avoid being ruined by coffee spills
  • 3 hole punched: giving the option to put it in a binder
  • 8.5x11 inches: to easily fit into a folder or notebook alongside other study materials

About the Author:
Madeline Chu is Professor-Emerita of Chinese Language, Literature, and Culture at Kalamazoo College, Michigan. She has carried out a broad range of cultural and linguistic research, and was the third recipient of the prestigious A. Ronald Walton Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Field of Chinese Language Pedagogy. Chu has written numerous articles on Chinese language education and policy implementation, and edited the CLTA (Chinese Language Teachers Association) Monograph, Mapping the Course of the Chinese Language Field, as well as other literary and culture studies volumes. Additionally, she wrote a widely adopted exercise book, Patterns and Exercises, that helped bring the textbook Practical Chinese Reader to its best-seller status--which was maintained for 15 years.