How the Fox Got His Color Bilingual Chinese English [CHI] PDF ePub eBook

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How the Fox Got His Color Bilingual Chinese English [CHI] free pdf This delightful little story tells of a young girl's time with her grandmother as she relates a legend of how a mischievous little white fox, with all his grand adventures, became the red fox we all know today. How the Fox got His Color may well become an all-time children's classic and a perfect book for the young reader. English as a second language students will enjoy it as a valuable study tool, as well as those learning a foreign language. There are between 7 and 13 main regional groups of Chinese (depending on classification scheme), of which the most spoken, by far, is Mandarin with about 850 million speakers. The Chinese language has over 1 million speakers in the United States. Romanization is the process of transcribing a language into the Latin script. There are many systems of Romanization for the Chinese languages due to the lack of a native phonetic transcription until modern times. Chinese is first known to have been written in Latin characters by Western Christian missionaries in the 16th century. Today the most common Romanization standard for Standard Chinese is Hanyu Pinyin. The entire Chinese character corpus since antiquity comprises well over 20,000 characters, of which only roughly 10,000 are now commonly in use. However Chinese characters should not be confused with Chinese words- since most Chinese words are made up of two or more different characters, there are many times more Chinese words than there are characters. Our translator, Bin Hu, brings a range of culturally nuanced vocabulary from his unique life experiences to his translations. He was raised in old Beijing and worked in the professional capital. Due to his diverse life experience, he understands a range of Chinese from formal classic Mandarin to street slang. He has replicated his rural-urban mix of lifestyles in the U.S., living in Arizona ranching country and Washington, D.C. This range of lifestyles has gifted him with an equal range of vocabularies, situational terms, and phrases in both languages and cultures. Thank you Bin for your willingness to help us bring children's books to Chinese speakers. As well as including the Pinyin in your translations.

About Adele Marie Crouch

"Alphabet Alliteration" is a new twist on an old subject, learning the English alphabet. "How The Fox Got His Color" and "Where Hummingbirds Come From" are picture books for children ages 3 - 6 years of age. "The Dance of The Caterpillars," a lesson in prepositions is designed for 2nd grade students. "The Gnomes of Knot-Hole Manor" is a chapter book targeting 3rd graders. It teaches words with silent letters and words that sound the same but are spelled differently. "Catherine's Travels" is an historic novel that takes place in Missouri during the 1800's. Catherine and her family flee war torn Austria seeking a new life in America. Disaster strikes and Catherine finds herself alone in the wilderness. "Catherine's Travels Book 2 Lawson's Search" After Lawson's beautiful wife, Catherine, is kidnapped he embarks on a search that will take him across the United States, over the Rocky Mountains and into the land of the Navajo. Catherine will take a terrifying, yet rewarding journey with her husband's starch enemy. Blue Eyes goes on a vision quest that will change his life forever. Adele is an artist as well as a published author. Her books are currently available on the internet (Amazon and Barnes and Noble), through her web site (http: // ), and on Kindle and Nook Creations by Crouch is making an attempt to produce bilingual books that will not only assist people in learning the language of their choice, but also to preserve (in some small way) languages that are in danger of becoming extinct. With that in mind, Adele is always on the lookout for translators of new and endangered languages. Please feel free to contact Adele if you are a native speaker of any Native American languages. Adele's children's books have become popular with English as a second language students and foreign language students all over the world and are on the top 10 list of ESL study material on Amazon. Her website is filled with study material to help people study foreign languages. It includes - vocabulary lists, MP3 files, and even has a list of the questions you need to know to pass the US citizenship exam. All of this is free to the viewer. See: If you wish to contact Adele, you can email:

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Author : Adele Marie Crouch
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 04 August 2011
ISBN : 1463798342
EAN : 9781463798345
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 62 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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