躍龍 ：) Posted August 27, 2015 at 07:09 PM Report Share Posted August 27, 2015 at 07:09 PM Hey everyone, I just discovered this website today- I am so excited! A quick overview of my language experience, so you know where I am coming from. I have studied Chinese for 4 years in high school and have continuedV to as a hobby in college. I also studied abroad in Taiwan for a semester, which helped improve my language skills a ton! I wanted to know what are your favorite books for studying Chinese, particularly grammar and sentence structure. My goals are: To increase my sentence variety in my daily speaking To understand sentence structure like an English teacher understands English grammar up to an intermediate level (ex. I couldn't fully explain 吧，過， but I use them in sentences, and I would need to think to even use intermediate phrases like 過著，看著， etc.). And to be at that level with engkush as well. I want to be able to teach English to Chinese speakers and vice versa. To be able to efficiently translate songs from English to Chinese( I want to make a YouTube series ofbme singing Disney songs in Chinese, and eventually perform as a musical theater performer all over China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan!). I want to read like a native, or at least be able to get through a book, without having to look up a word every five seconds. What books do you think would help me with my grammar in that way? Let me know and thanks a lot! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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