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CHN 122: First Year Chinese II

This course is a continuation of first year Chinese and focuses on consolidating previously learned language skills, and improving and expanding correct tonal range. Students will focus on understanding the systematic nature of Chinese characters including the order of strokes, and the radical and the function of their phonetic and semantic components. The relationship between Chinese language and ways of life, as well as the use of language according to social settings, will be emphasized throughout the semester.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CHN 111 minimum grade "C" or score of 321-380 on the Chinese placement exam

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