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Making out in Chinese / Ran Daniels ; revised by Haiyan Situ and Jiageng Fan.

By: Daniels, Ray [author.].
Contributor(s): Situ, Haiyan [editor.] | Fan, Jiageng [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Tokyo : Tuttle Publishing, [2015]Copyright date: �2015Edition: Revised & expanded edition.Description: 1 online resource (162 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781462915231; 146291523X.Subject(s): Chinese language -- Slang | Chinese language -- Conversation and phrase books -- English | Chinese language | Chinese language -- SlangGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conversation and phrase books.DDC classification: 495.183421 Online resources: Ebook Library | ebrary | MyiLibrary | OverDrive | Available for ICC via Ebook Central. Click here to access. | Excerpt | Image | View Full Text
Contents:
Frontcover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; INTRODUCTION; 1 Basic Phrases; 2 Getting Acquainted; 3 Shooting the Breeze ; 4 Eat, Drink, Be Merry!; 5 Curses and Insults; 6 Phone and Internet; 7 Lovers' Language; 8 Vogue Expressions; Backcover.
Summary: Making Out in Chinese is your indispensable guide to contemporary Chinese as it's really spoken on the streets of Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei or Singapore. This best-selling Mandarin phrasebook is the perfect introduction to everyday interactions in China and other Chinese-speaking countries, and includes colorful slang that'll help rev up your social life. More than just a typical Chinese phrasebook it features a pronunciation guide, and notes on Chinese language and culture. With Making Out in Chinese you'll be able to express yourself when: Making new friends Sharing a meal Going out on the.
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Making Out in Chinese is your indispensable guide to contemporary Chinese as it's really spoken on the streets of Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei or Singapore.

This best-selling Mandarin phrasebook is the perfect introduction to everyday interactions in China and other Chinese-speaking countries, and includes colorful slang that'll help rev up your social life. More than just a typical Chinese phrasebook it features a pronunciation guide, and notes on Chinese language and culture. With Making Out in Chinese you'll be able to express yourself when: Making new friends Sharing a meal Going out on the town Flirting and getting amorous And much more! Each expression in this phrase book is given in Chinese characters and their pinyin (Romanized) equivalent. It is designed to enhance your experience in using the language (and in a pinch, you can show the Chinese text to the person you're speaking to). Making Out in Chinese also includes interesting tips on social norms and cultural practices, eating, social media, hanging out, and other situations. The last chapter on Vogue Expressions lists many contemporary slang expressions that are popular these days.

For the savvy traveler, this is a Chinese phrase book you won't want to be without!

Online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed May 13, 2015).

Frontcover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; INTRODUCTION; 1 Basic Phrases; 2 Getting Acquainted; 3 Shooting the Breeze ; 4 Eat, Drink, Be Merry!; 5 Curses and Insults; 6 Phone and Internet; 7 Lovers' Language; 8 Vogue Expressions; Backcover.

Making Out in Chinese is your indispensable guide to contemporary Chinese as it's really spoken on the streets of Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei or Singapore. This best-selling Mandarin phrasebook is the perfect introduction to everyday interactions in China and other Chinese-speaking countries, and includes colorful slang that'll help rev up your social life. More than just a typical Chinese phrasebook it features a pronunciation guide, and notes on Chinese language and culture. With Making Out in Chinese you'll be able to express yourself when: Making new friends Sharing a meal Going out on the.