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Learn Chinese: Word Power 101

Absolute Beginner Chinese #2
Narrated by: ChineseClass101.com
Series: Absolute Beginner Chinese, Book 2
Length: 42 mins
4 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)
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Summary

Master Chinese with Learn Chinese - Word Power 101. This audiobook is a completely new way to learn Chinese vocabulary fast - and for free! Start speaking Chinese in minutes with the powerful learning methods you will master in this book.

The vocabulary words you'll find in Learn Chinese - Word Power 101 were hand selected by our Chinese language teachers as the top 101 most frequently used words in the Chinese language. Hear the word to master the pronunciation. Then you'll see how the word is actually used in everyday speech with sample sentences and phrases. Learning Chinese vocabulary has never been easier!

In this audiobook, you'll get:

  • 101 of the most frequently used Chinese vocabulary words phrases.
  • Audio with authentic native Chinese pronunciation.
  • Useful and practical sample sentences and phrases.
  • Purchase Learn Chinese - Word Power 101 today to start mastering Chinese vocabulary in the fastest, easiest and most fun way possible!

    ©2011 Innovative Language Learning, LLC (P)2011 Innovative Language Learning, LLC

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    great recap for post beginners

    perfect for the car
    not a problem if i didn't understand everything. it's more for a recap of the things beginners already know than for complete beginners.
    enjoyed the women's voices.
    i have a problem with Audible which is that too many books are read by older American males which is the accent i like the least, and i end up not buying certain books because of it.
    always a relief when the accent is not tooo strong (American) and the voices are female.

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    good book for learning the basic language , in simple sentences repeated in both English and Mandarin Chinese. I enjoyed following the whole series.

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    • matthew
    • 23-11-12

    The content doesn't match with the pdf file

    While I was deeply impressed with the pdf files,which were quite difficult to open on my computer.It worked with the Fox it reader.I was disappointed in the audio,which is short and doesn't match the Chinese speakers pronunciation.You would have to scroll through countless new words to keep up with the brief audio sample being provided here.The publisher ought to produce a simple list of the words showing the pin yin,English and Chinese translations with perhaps one of the rich photos they provided in the exhaustive pdf.Instead I am left to wonder if downloading the actual program for purchase would be more useful?Perhaps it has the audio content that goes with this great pdf that is a free download?It all seems well done,but I had difficulty navigating the Innovative Languages website and felt like what they really wanted to do was sign me up for a long term contract.Keep it simple like the Living Language company does and offer me practical,affordable downloads I can follow and get without too much hassle.Make it more user friendly.

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    • Micah
    • 11-07-17

    no flow

    I speak Chinese Mandarin, and I had trouble understanding the flow of the words and phrases. I understood 99% of the content, but no coherent flow or path of understanding.

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    • Calen
    • 02-09-12

    No English Translations!

    What would have made Learn Chinese: Word Power 101 better?

    English translations to the words.

    What do you think your next listen will be?

    A Mandarin vocabulary book with English translations.

    How did the narrator detract from the book?

    I couldn't understand her.

    You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

    Interesting format - similar words grouped.

    Any additional comments?

    Please provide a version with English translations.

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    • sandro
    • 07-12-19

    what is this ?

    they're is no initial explanation or introduction to the language. it go straight to words with almost no order that to a ignorant in the language sounds like all the same and to fast...nope...nothing to learn here really... for me at least.

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    • Tiffany Chapple
    • 03-08-18

    Useful sentences, not exact translations

    Good for beginners to pick up basic expressions but be aware that the Chinese and English sentiments are the same rather than being word for word translations. If you're a complete beginner, check definitions in order to build your own sentences. Pleco is a great app.

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    • Abselby
    • 25-03-18

    It's too freaking fast!!

    It's SO fast! I turned it down to 75% and it says each thing twice, none of the vocabulary it related. "name" "your name" "day" "sunny day" like... like that's the first lessons almost verbatim.
    Conversation, please?
    Say it more than twice?
    Show how to use it in a statement?
    it was stressful and icky... and I've been learning Chinese elsewhere!

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    • Kindle Customer
    • 07-06-16

    vocals of Chinese is very good

    Good softwRe and simple way to learn,need more time to study Chinese and last for free

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    • Keith Goins
    • 27-01-15

    I thought it was good

    they took time to pronounce each word so that you could here the different tones

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    • Norbert Lingling Uy
    • 05-07-15

    Needs to access transcript somewhere

    Wonderful but I wish the transcript comes together with audio on the same setting. Excellent