This course will develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Standard Chinese. Writing tasks will help students to progress from characters to compositions and will include translation from Chinese to English and vice versa. The course is not open to students who have more than the rudiments of Chinese.
All EAS and CHI 200- and higher level Chinese language courses; all B- and higher level LGG Chinese language courses; native speakers of any variety of Chinese. The instructor has the authority to exclude students whose level of proficiency is unsuitable for the course, including those students who meet the prerequisite.
University of Toronto Scarborough 1265 Military Trail, Toronto, ON. Canada, M1C 1A4, Ph. (416) 287 8872
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