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Rainbow Bridge: Jingwei Tries to Fill up the Sea [Starter Level - 150 Words]. ISBN: 9787513810364

Rainbow Bridge: Jingwei Tries to Fill up the Sea [Starter Level - 150 Words]. ISBN: 9787513810364Rainbow Bridge: Jingwei Tries to Fill up the Sea [Starter Level - 150 Words]. ISBN: 9787513810364
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Chinese Title: 精卫填海(“彩虹桥”汉语分级读物.入门级:150词)
English Title: Rainbow Bridge Graded Chinese Reader: Jingwei Tries to Fill up the Sea (Starter Level - 150 words)
ISBN-10: 7-51-381036-2, 7513810362
ISBN-13: 978-7-51-381036-4, 9787513810364
Series: Rainbow Bridge Graded Chinese Reader (彩虹桥汉语分级读物)
Level: Starter Level 150 words (HSK 1, A1)
Pages: 36
Binding: softcover
Shipping Weight: 120g
Size: 146mm x 210mm
Language: simplified Chinese, pinyin, English
Year of Publication: 2016
Publisher: Sinolingua (华语教学出版社)

You may have seen a bird holding branches in its beak in order to build its nest, but have you ever seen a bird picking up pebbles to throw into a vast expanse of water? There was indeed such a bird in ancient China. As the tale goes, the bird named Jingwei would fly every day from Mount Fajiu in the west to the East China Sea, trying its best to fill up the Sea with little stones. If you want to know why, this Chinese fairy tale will satisfy your curiosity.
你或许见过鸟儿衔枝筑巢,但你未必见过飞鸟叼着小石子,投向一片汪洋大海。在远古的中国,的确出现过这样一只小鸟,它的名字叫精卫,每天从西边的发鸠山飞往东海,不辞辛劳地搬运小石子填海。如果你想知道这究竟是为了什么,这篇中国神话故事《精卫填海》,会告诉你事情的来龙去脉。

Rainbow Bridge Starter Level with a vocabulary of 150 words, equivalent to HSK 1 / A1, new words do not make up more than 20% of the vocabulary. With online download of the corresponding MP3-files, the download URL is on our invoice.

Suitable for teaching and self-study. Each volume in the Rainbow Bridge series includes an introduction to the main characters in Chinese and English, new words with English explanations and example sentences, and an English translation of the story, in addition exercises and a vocabulary list help users to better read and understand the story and improve their Chinese reading skills. The exercises are presented mainly as questions that have different forms of moderate difficulty (with answer keys to the exercises).



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