The official Chinese translation of the well-known fairy tale by Charles Perrault is brought to you here in its full simplified Chinese characters text followed by its vocabulary guide. Each selected vocabulary word appears in blue in the text, and listed with its pinyin and English definition in the guide. Cross-referenced reading and vocabulary sections allow you to jump easily back and forth.
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The stories selected here come from well-known tales, or are written with relatively simple sentence structures. The Chinese vocabulary presented in this section is richer and more diverse than in the beginner Chinese eBooks section. The intermediate student is encouraged to become more independent from both and grow more confident about reading Chinese without direct support as in the beginner section.
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Just click on a book or title to download the free Chinese language eBook in PDF format or subscribe for a semester at LittleNex.com for more eBooks. Attached Chinese vocabulary guides have cross-referenced reading and vocabulary sections allowing you to jump easily back and forth.
These Chinese short stories are part of the Chinese language courses at LittleNex.com
Chinese text in simplified characters, word-for-word pinyin, selected words translated into English, and annotations
Chinese Comic book (Popular Science Press, 1980) based on the Star Wars Episode IV movie. Made available online by Maggie Greene and Brendan O'Kane. The comic book is perfect to learn your most essential sci-fi vocabulary words in Chinese!
Don't forget the vocabulary guide for this comic book! 14 pages of intermediate vocabulary words listed in order of appearance with both pinyin and English definitions.