Masterworks Chinese Companion: Expressive Literacy Through Reading And Composition (Chinese Edition)

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Author: Qin-Hong Anderson
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by vigernere1   2019-11-17

See the comments in these threads:

  • https://www.reddit.com/r/ChineseLanguage/comments/avx4pv/advice_for_a_conversationally_fluent_but/

  • https://www.reddit.com/r/ChineseLanguage/comments/bx0pyd/best_way_to_learn_mandarin_as_abc/

And check out these free textbooks and workbooks provided by the Overseas Chinese Language and Culture Exchange.

Below is a list of resources I give to beginning, non-native speakers, edited slightly to focus more on reading and writing resources.


  • "Integrated Chinese" textbook series (available in simplified or traditional). If you are interested in traditional specifically, try "A Contemporary Course in Chinese"
  • Pleco as your dictionary app (download all the free dictionary add-ons)
  • For grammar, the AllSet Learning Chinese Grammar Wiki
  • HelloChinese and LingoDeer for app-based learning
  • The Chairman's Bao or Du Chinese for app-based graded reading
  • For graded reading materials, try Madarin Companion or this series, which focuses on fables and tales from Chinese history. Pleco also offers a number of graded readers for purchase.
  • Skritter, Tofu Learn, and Ink Stone for learning stroke order
  • www.clozemaster.com for sentence mining/cloze practice
  • Anki or Pleco for flashcard learning (Skritter, Tofu Learn, etc. also have flashcard functionality)
  • Chinese Text Analyser for parsing text and finding unknown words
  • The Outlier Linguistics Chinese character master class
  • www.chinese-forums.com or /r/chineselearning if you have questions
  • See the Google doc of learning resources in this thread by /u/mikeyjks

Also check out:

  • Masterworks Chinese Companion: Expressive Literacy Through Reading And Composition
  • Practical Chinese Reading and Writing (traditional characters).
by vigernere1   2019-11-17

See the comments in these threads:

  • https://www.reddit.com/r/ChineseLanguage/comments/avx4pv/advice_for_a_conversationally_fluent_but/

  • https://www.reddit.com/r/ChineseLanguage/comments/bx0pyd/best_way_to_learn_mandarin_as_abc/

  • F Free textbooks and workbooks provided by the Overseas Chinese Language and Culture Exchange.

Below is a list of resources I give to beginning, non-native speakers, edited to focus more on reading and writing resources.


  • Integrated Chinese textbook series (available in simplified or traditional). If you are interested in traditional specifically, try A Contemporary Course in Chinese
  • Pleco as your dictionary app (download all the free dictionary add-ons)
  • For grammar, the AllSet Learning Chinese Grammar Wiki
  • HelloChinese and LingoDeer for app-based learning
  • The Chairman's Bao or Du Chinese for app-based graded reading
  • For graded reading materials, try Madarin Companion or this series, which focuses on fables and tales from Chinese history. Pleco also offers a number of graded readers for purchase.
  • Skritter, Tofu Learn, and Ink Stone for learning stroke order
  • www.clozemaster.com for sentence mining/cloze practice
  • Anki or Pleco for flashcard learning (Skritter, Tofu Learn, etc. also have flashcard functionality)
  • Chinese Text Analyser for parsing text and finding unknown words
  • The Outlier Linguistics Chinese character master class
  • www.chinese-forums.com or /r/chineselearning if you have questions
  • See the Google doc of learning resources in this thread by /u/mikeyjks

Also check out Masterworks Chinese Companion: Expressive Literacy Through Reading And Composition and Practical Chinese Reading and Writing (traditional characters).

by vigernere1   2019-11-17

See the comments in these threads:

  • Thread 1, Thread 2, Thread 3, Thread 4, Thread 5, Thread 6, Thread 7, Thread 8, Thread 9, Thread 10, Thread 11

Below is a list of resources I give to beginning, non-native speakers, edited slightly to focus more on reading and writing resources.


  • "Integrated Chinese" textbook series (available in simplified or traditional). If you are interested in traditional specifically, try "A Contemporary Course in Chinese"
  • Pleco as your dictionary app (download all the free dictionary add-ons)
  • For grammar, the AllSet Learning Chinese Grammar Wiki
  • HelloChinese and LingoDeer for app-based learning
  • The Chairman's Bao or Du Chinese for app-based graded reading
  • For graded reading materials, try Madarin Companion or this series, which focuses on fables and tales from Chinese history. Pleco also offers a number of graded readers for purchase.
  • Skritter, Tofu Learn, and Ink Stone for learning stroke order
  • www.clozemaster.com for sentence mining/cloze practice
  • Anki or Pleco for flashcard learning (Skritter, Tofu Learn, etc. also have flashcard functionality)
  • Chinese Text Analyser for parsing text and finding unknown words
  • The Outlier Linguistics Chinese character master class
  • www.chinese-forums.com or /r/chineselearning if you have questions
  • See the Google doc of learning resources in this thread by /u/mikeyjks

Also check out:

  • Masterworks Chinese Companion: Expressive Literacy Through Reading And Composition
  • Practical Chinese Reading and Writing (traditional characters).
  • Free textbooks and workbooks provided by the Overseas Chinese Language and Culture Exchange.

Edit: updated links to prior threads.