The Chinese language is quite different from other languages, and it is not easy to learn. Chinese idioms are the heart and soul of the language. The key to success of Chinese learning lies in learning Chinese idioms. This story about a boy’s adventures connects a series of 366 most frequently used Chinese idioms. This book is a combination of a storybook and a textbook, with the story in the main body and the text in the notes. Readers can enjoy the story while they learn Chinese idioms at the same time and on the same page. An idiom a day kicks the Chinese-learning difficulty away! Readers will make great progress in just one year. This book has both Chinese character forms (the simplified form and the tradition form). And it has both mandarin pronunciations (with four tones) and English pronunciations for Chinese characters. This book is for readers with a little Chinese background. It is also suitable for teaching oneself and home schooling.
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