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Kaleidoscope Vol. 1 Spoken Cantonese: Context and Performance with 19 audio cassettes and 1 video
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The Kaleidoscope Volume 1 is the introductory textbook for American students to learn Cantonese. The Yale romanization system is used for the illustration of the characters in this volume. The book introduces speaking in natural speed and tone. More importantly, learning will be based on context and performance.

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Kaleidoscope Images: A Resource for Speaking Exercises and Kaleidoscope Images Index
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Kaleidoscope Images presents around 300 King Szeto illustrations from the five volumes of Kaleidoscope: A Course in Intermediate to Advanced Cantonese.

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Intermediate Chinese
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This text is the second in a series of three closely integrated volumes of spoken Chinese for use at the high-school and college levels. Intermediate Chinese presents dialogues on everyday topics together with analysis of anticipated points of difficulty for the student and numerous sentences illustrating the usage of all new words and grammar.

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