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The 20th eBook by Polina Shinkina Published!

Polina Shinkina has self-published the twentieth Chinese textbook – “Object of Contract” on www.lulu.com.

 

‘Object of Contract’ is an excerpt from Polina Shinkina’s ‘Purchase and Sales Contract Part 1’ eBook. It is designed for a wide range of the Chinese language learners and the Chinese language teachers as a supplementary material in their Chinese business lessons.

 

This eBook serves as an introductory part to the Chinese standard purchase and sales contract. It includes the following contract provisions: number and date of the contract, names of contracting parties, terms on which the contract can be concluded, unit of measurement, quantity, currency of goods and a brief description of delivery terms.

 

The text of the excerpt is followed by a word-for-word translation, list of used characters and the Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance with all decomposed Chinese characters used in this eBook.

 

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汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character  岁  suì ‘years old’

山  shān  mountain,

丨  gǔn  line,

凵  qū   open box,

夕  xī  evening,

ク  dāo  knife,

丶  zhǔ  dot,

 

Chinese, Character, Decomposition, Breakdown, Analysis, Strokes, Language, Dictionary, Textbook, Break Down, Split, Analyze, Decompose, Learn, Memorize, Broken Down

 

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No. 164 豸 zhì ‘fierce animal_

The Modern Way of the Chinese Business Writing

Principles of the Chinese modern business correspondence are shown in Polina Shinkina’s nineteenth textbook ‘Business Email Writing for Beginners’.

The correct business email text layout, usage of the exact standard lexicology and stylistics, variety of introduction and closing phrases are undoubtedly an awesome supplement for the Chinese language learners.

The email texts are followed by detailed wordings which facilitate and speed up the learning process.

For detailed description and preview please browse Polina Shinkina’s Author Spotlight page

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Polina Shinkina: The 19th Chinese Textbook Published!

Polina Shinkina has just self-published her nineteenth Chinese textbook – ‘Business Email Writing for Beginners’ on www.lulu.com.

It is the second eBook from the series of the Chinese email correspondence textbooks for beginners.

Specially designed as a beginning course for the Chinese language learners this textbook will be a great helping hand for the applicants seeking successful employment in the area of the international business and trading relations.

It can also be used by the Chinese language teachers as a supplementary material in their Chinese business writing lessons.

You can get more details at  Polina Shinkina’s Author Spotlight page

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“The Chinese Business Emails Samples&Wording” by Polina Shinkina

Different in size six awesome email letter samples included into this textbook form clear understanding of the Chinese modern email correspondence.

The letters highlight marketing, commercial, export, advertising, terms of payment and express delivery subjects and can be used as the email templates in the daily office international correspondence.

This textbook is designed for a wide range of learners. It also can be used by the Chinese language teachers as a part of their Chinese business writing programs.

 

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The Options of the Chinese Radicals.

Quite a number of the Chinese radicals have more than 1 option of their writing.

Thus,

Radical No.  2 亅  jué  ’hook’  has another option of writing:  了,

Radical No.  5  乙 yǐ  ‘second’  has the options of writing:  乚⺄㇆乛,

Radical No.  8  八  bā  ’eight’  has the option of inverted writing:  丷,

Radical No.  12  刀  dāo  ’knife’  has the following options of writing:  ⺈クリ刂 etc.

 

For more detais on that please check: “Table of the Chinese Radicals” by Polina Shinkina

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汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character  晚 wǎn ‘evening’

日 rì sun,

冂 jiōng down box,

二 èr two,

免 miǎn exempt,

⺈ dāo knife,

口 kǒu mouth,

冂 jiōng down box,

一 yī one,

儿 ér boy,

丿 piě slash,

乚 yǐ second,

 

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No. 170 金 (釒, 钅) jīn ‘gold_

汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character  四  sì  ‘four’     

囗  wéi  enclosure,

冂  jiōng  down box,

儿  ér  boy,

丿  piě  slash,

乚  yǐ  second,

一  yī  one,

 

囗冂 儿丿乚一

 

Chinese, Character, Decomposition, Breakdown, Analysis, Strokes, Language, Dictionary, Textbook, Break Down, Split, Analyze, Decompose, Learn, Memorize, Broken Down

 

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No. 169 阜阝 fù (on the left) ‘mound_

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