A slow reading speed has proven to be an obstacle for advanced learners looking to improve their scores in the HSK, and other Chinese examinations. Even after years of study, many may still have difficulties with reading Chinese. Addressing this common problem, this textbook features reading exercises which will ease foreign learners’ language anxiety.
This textbook instructs learners on how to rid themselves of poor reading habits such as vocalization and finger reading. Through the use of scientific reading methods, and accompanying exercises, learners will develop their sensitivity towards the Chinese language, to bring it to the level of sensitivity they hold towards their native language.
Getting to know how to scan Chinese articles, learners will find that they can read a greater amount faster, and more naturally. Articles selected include:
1) articles on topical subjects, that cover issues concerning international community and China’s society, and that will be found interesting by foreign students;
2) articles on scientific knowledge, that cover the knowledge of nature and society.
Each book comes with one MP3 format audio CD.