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Lessons in the Shanghai dialect
F. L. Hawks Pott
Microfilm. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Microreproduction Dept., . 1 reel ; 35 mm.
|Statement||by F. L. Hawks Pott.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 151 p.|
|Number of Pages||151|
Offers lessons for beginners and also students at intermediate and advanced levels. In addition to language lessons, Popup Chinese provides annotated short stories, HSK test prep materials and a variety of speaking and listening exercises. They broadcast out of Beijing, and all voice actors speak the standard northern dialect. Language acquisition planning is adopted as the analytical framework to identify the multiple roles individual actors have played in promoting the use and learning of the Shanghai dialect.
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Shanghai is a city of mixed language and culture. While the traditional Shanghai language of Shanghainese can still be heard in wet markets and between neighbours, Mandarin has become the common language of the city and is what connects older residents to newer arrivals and what connects this economic hub to the rest of China. , Useful phrases in the Shanghai dialect, with index-vocabulary and other helps Presbyterian Mission Press Shanghai Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
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Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books. Get print book. No eBook available. AbeBooks; Amazon Lessons in the Shanghai Dialect Francis Lister Hawks Pott No preview available - There are so few Shanghainese books for English speakers, so to have such a well-produced, comprehensive, yet concise book really made my day.
Buy it. Worth the $ Pls note, there is a newer version of this book - Shanghai Dialect for Foreigners (Pocket Edition) - which does not have IPA. I bought both, because the later edition has an extra /5(2).
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Hawks. tional Lessons in the Shanghai Dialect prepared b}' Dr. Frank Rawlinson and Rev. Crofoot, which has as its subtitle A Supplement to Dr.
Pott's Lessons. The author would recom-mend it as a second book in the course on the study of the Shanghai dialect. November 18th, DESCRIPTION OF THE SHANGHAI ROMANIZED SYSTEM. This Course provides an introduction to the Shanghainese language, the local dialect in Shanghai, China's largest city\.
You'll learn basic vocabulary and conversation items, with true native speaker pronunciation to guide you\. LTL uses《学说上海话》for Shanghainese classes. We have a clear lesson structure, with 30 lessons based on different topics (discussing the weather, money, buying things, introductions, etc) and is beyond just a Shanghainese phrasebook as most other resources are.
This book also has a structured Romanization system, so as to help both Chinese and foreigners to learn it.
The Shanghainese language, also known as the Shanghai dialect, Hu language or Hu dialect, is a variety of Wu Chinese spoken in the central districts of the City of Shanghai and its surrounding areas. It is classified as part of the Sino-Tibetan language ainese, like other Wu variants, is mutually unintelligible with other varieties of Chinese, such as Mandarin.
In this one we use the standard dialect to teach some of the basics of the Shanghai dialect. Join us and in addition to showing the difference between standard mandarin and Shanghai-accented mandarin very clearly, we'll teach you some of the basic phrases you'll need know to lubricate your way through the Pearl of the Orient in the language she.
Shanghainese (also Shanghaiese) 上海话 today is spoken by 13 million people in China's largest city of Shanghai and serves as the city's lingua franca (Li, Rong ). It belongs to the northern branch of the family of dialects called Wu (吴语 or 吴方言), which has a total of over 77 million native speakers (Ethnologue data), making it the second largest Sinitic language after.
《A Collection of Phrases in the Shanghai Dialect》 an Shanghai: Presbyterian Mission Press, pages, This book with 29 lessons, without the Tone Mark of Shanghai speaking. Vocabulary that you really need for your vacation: You learn the most important Shanghainese words and phrases.; This travel course uses the unique long-term learning method from 17 Minute Languages: You learn quickly and effectively - and you only invest 17 minutes of your time per day!; The daily assignments challenge you with number of diverse exercises.
While the book has been adopted by the Shanghai municipal Council as a text for their employees who in the study of the local dialect. the indulge3 the h9pe that he h1s hereby made at least a small contribution to the all too scanty, extant, literature in the local dialect, the one which most neuly ap pr9ximates the language of the Wu Kingdom.
People talk about the current state of Shanghai’s local dialect. The Shanghainese dialect belongs to the Wu family, one of the nine main Chinese language groups spoken in the country. In total, the Wu family of languages is spoken by some 70 million people — close to the 77 million or so native speakers of French.
But they do have some great audio, and it's phrase-book kind of stuff, which is good for starting off learning a language.
M and MX is another podcast site aimed at foreigners in China, and they have some Shanghainese. Again, not systematic, but there's audio, and it's useful in a phrasebook sort of way.
As kindergartens and schools give lessons in Mandarin, few local children now speak authentic Shanghai dialect. Some of them speak better English than their local dialect. To protect the vanishing dialect, Ruijin No.2 Road Subdistrict and Sinan Mansions organized the competition to invite students from elementary to high schools to describe.
The book, titled Pupils Learn to Speak Shanghai Dialect, includes 20 lessons that present the Shanghai dialect in the form of local folk tales, children's rhymes, riddles and. Shanghai dialect is a dialect spoken in the city of Shanghai and the surrounding region.
Shanghainese, like other Wu dialects, is largely not mutually intelligible with other Chinese dialects such as Standard Mandarin. The term "Shanghainese" in English sometimes refers to all Wu Chinese dialects. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
Lessons in the Shanghai Dialect Language: English: LoC Class: PL: Language and Literatures: Languages and literatures of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania: Subject: Chinese language -- Grammar Subject. Begining Course of Shanghainese. Put VINEGAR into your TOILET and WATCH What Happens!! (Bathroom Cleaning Hacks) - Duration: Andrea Jean Cleaning Recommended for you.Here you can find the translation of the 50 most important words and expressions into Shanghainese.
If you are about to travel to Shanghai, this is exactly what you are looking for!The dialect spoken in Shanghai is a form of northern Wu, and it is the most common form within this linguistic group. If we consider the Wu language as a whole, it should be noted that it is still spoken in a large part of Zhejiang Province, southern Jiangsu Province, as well as in small parts of the Anhui Provinces, from Jiangxi and Fujian.