[CHIN 110] Second-Year Chinese I
Through aural, oral, and compositional exercises and reading selections, these courses build upon prior competencies. After a review of basic grammatical structures and characters, students add more traditional and simplified characters to sharpen reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. This course aims to transfer the knowledge students gained from the character-pattern approach at the beginning level to work with original Chinese texts at the advanced level.
Open to students who have previously studied Chinese. Please contact Professor Daniel Youd (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss your experience and to confirm which course is right for you.