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Learn Chinese Lesson One How Are You

Learn Chinese Lesson One How Are You
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Learn Chinese Lesson One How Are You

  1. 1. Pratical Chinese www.ChineseTime.cn Beginner Level 第一课 Lesson 1 你好吗 How are you 教学目标 Teaching Objective Learn how to greet people when you meet a new friend. 句型和词汇 ey vocabulary and sentences 1. 2. …… 语音训练 Phonetics Initials: b, p, m, f, d, t, n, l, g, k, h Finals: a, o, e, i, u, ü ai, ei, ui, ao, ou, iu 声调:Tones Email: contactus@chinesetime.cn Call: +86 21 54258711 : chinesetimeschool. MSN: chinesetime@live.com
  2. 2. Pratical Chinese www.ChineseTime.cn Beginner Level 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Email: contactus@chinesetime.cn Call: +86 21 54258711 : chinesetimeschool. MSN: chinesetime@live.com
  3. 3. Pratical Chinese www.ChineseTime.cn Beginner Level 对话 Dialogue A: Nice to meet you. nǐ hǎo! B: Nice to meet you. nǐ hǎo! A: What’s your name? nǐ jiào shénme míng zi? B: I’m called David. wǒ jiào Dàwèi. B: What’s your name? nǐ jiào shénme míng zi? A: I’m Mary. wǒ jiào Mǎlì. B: Nice to see you. hěn gāo xìng jiàn dào nǐ. A: Me too. wǒ yě shì. B: Goodbye! Zài jiàn! A: Goodbye! Zài jiàn! Read and answer: 1 What is the man’s name? 2 What is the woman’s name? 3 What are they talking? 4 What do they say to each other before leaving? 生词 New Words 1. pron. nǐ you 2. adj. hǎo good / well 3. v. jiào be called 4. pron. shén me what 5. adv. hěn very 6. adj. gāo xìng happy 7. v. jiàn to see, to meet 8. v. xiè to thank 9. n. míng zi name Email: contactus@chinesetime.cn Call: +86 21 54258711 : chinesetimeschool. MSN: chinesetime@live.com
  4. 4. Pratical Chinese www.ChineseTime.cn Beginner Level 10. zài jiàn good–bye 11. pron. wǒ I / me 12. pron. tā he / him 13. pron. tā she / her 14. adv. yě too / also 15. v. shì to be 替换与扩展 Substitution and Extension 1. wǒ I tā he wǒ men we 2. ? nǐ bàba your father nǐ māma your mother 语音 Phonetics The basic structure of Chinese syllables a o e Chinese syllables consist of two sections: the initials (the beginning consonant) and the finals (the rest of the syllable). The finals a, o, e and those begin with a, o, e may stand alone as syllables. 1. Initials and Finals b p m f Initials d t n l g k h a o e i u ü Finals ai ei ui ao ou iu 2. Tones Email: contactus@chinesetime.cn Call: +86 21 54258711 : chinesetimeschool. MSN: chinesetime@live.com
  5. 5. Pratical Chinese www.ChineseTime.cn Beginner Level There are four tones in Chinese, as shown in the following table: 1st tone 2nd tone 3rd tone 4th tone The tones are used to distinguish meaning of a syllable. Characters with different tones have different meanings. E.g.: mā má mǎ mà mother flax house to curse bā bá bǎ bà eight to pull target father 3. The Way to Mark the Tones “ ” The four tones are indicated respectively by the following four tone marks: “ ” They are marked over the main vowel. 4. Neutral Tone bàba māma In common speech some syllables are pronounced at a light and short tone. Such tone is called the neutral tone, which is indicated with no mark. E.g. : bàba (father) māma (mother) 练习 Exercise 1. Phonetic Exercise (1) Tones mā má mǎ mà (mā ) bā bá bǎ bà (bà ) Email: contactus@chinesetime.cn Call: +86 21 54258711 : chinesetimeschool. MSN: chinesetime@live.com
  6. 6. Pratical Chinese www.ChineseTime.cn Beginner Level nī ní nǐ nì (nǐ ) hāo háo hǎo hào (hǎo ) wō wó wǒ wò (wǒ ) (2) Neutral Tone tóu fa( ) mèi mei( ) gē ge( ) hēi de( ) (3) Identify the Initials ba pa da ta ga ka bu pu du tu gu ku bai pai dai tai gai kai (4) Identify the Finals fa fo ke pu bai bei pao pou mai mei hao hou (5) Read and Learn nǐ hǎo míng zi gāo xìng tā hǎo māma bàba 2. Complete the Conversations A: nǐ hǎo B: __________ ____________ A: nǐ jiào shén me míng zi? B: __________ wǒ jiào _____________. A: hěn gāo xìng jiàn dào nǐ B: _____________ _____________. 3. Situational Dialogue (1) You meet your friends and you greet each other. (2) You and your teacher greet each other in class. Email: contactus@chinesetime.cn Call: +86 21 54258711 : chinesetimeschool. MSN: chinesetime@live.com

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    Feb. 15, 2012

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