Oxford Beginner's Chinese Dictionary by Oxford Oxford Languages
Call Number: Shanghai/Payson PL1455 .O925 2006
Publication Date: 2006-10-16
Each Oxford Beginner's Bilingual Dictionary is designed to offer English speaking adult learners a comprehensive, straightforward introduction to foreign languages, covering all the vocabulary needed for the first years of study, along with notes on grammar and usage and guidance on the culture where the language is spoken.
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This general introduction to the study of Chinese traces the language's history from its beginnings in the second millennium B.C. to the present, and provides a clear picture of the contemporary language and its sociolinguistic status.
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