3 edition of Cantonese found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] R. Bruce.|
|Genre||Conversation and phrase books.|
|Series||Teach yourself books|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 259 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||259|
The Legend of the Book and the Sword is a Hong Kong television series adapted from Louis Cha's novel The Book and the was first broadcast on TVB in Hong Kong in Cast Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation. Adam Cheng as Chan Ka-lok / Kin-lung Emperor; Liza Wang as Fok-ching-tung; Candice Yu as Heung-heung; Louise Lee as Lok BingOriginal network: TVB. Cantonese Audiobooks I'm looking for Cantonese Audiobooks, books read aloud in Cantonese. This is for a visually challenged person who wants to "read"/listen to contemporary spy/mystery novels (like Robert Ludlum books for example) read aloud in Cantonese.
It is very rare to have Cantonese romanization with Chinese characters and English translation. For parents who are not native Cantonese speakers, or not fluent in Cantonese, this is the perfect book for introducing Cantonese to their kids. I also love the sequence and order of the book. Grammar. Cantonese, like all other Chinese languages, is predominantly an isolating, or analytic, language, meaning that for the most part, words have only one grammatical tical functions are expressed through word order, particles, prepositions, and discourse, rather than by suffixes attached to nouns or verbs, such as in Indo-European languages.
The end of the book 76 Daily Cantonese Expressions Page 2 Part A: Meeting People Unit 1 Useful Expressions 1. Greetings 1) Good morning jóu sàhnjóu sàhn early morning (Hong Kong people just greet once a day in the morning, they won’t say “good afternoon” or “good evening” except for TV presenters or telephone operators) File Size: KB. It seems that from writing 廣東話 in Chinese, you have some degree of familiarity already with Mandarin, or you’re a native speaker. In that case, it’s much easier to learn Cantonese from Mandarin than it is from English, but I wouldn’t throw out Eng.
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Complete Cantonese: A Teach Yourself Guide by Hugh Baker is a great book to get started with when you want to learn Cantonese. This book uses Yale Cantonese Romanization which is the most intuitive Romanization system for native English speakers.
The book is broken up into 26 different chapters with two dialogues and sets of vocabulary each/5(8). Cantonese Phrasebook. by Chiu-yee Cheung and Tao Li - contains a comprehensive collection of phrases Cantonese book characters and romanization, as well as notes on Cantonese culture, practical information, a guide to Cantonese pronunciation and grammar, and a two way dictionary.
Cantonese book from: or Essential Cantonese Phrase Book. Cantonese: A Comprehensive Grammar is a complete reference guide to Cantonese as spoken by native speakers in Hong Kong. It presents a fresh and accessible description of the language, concentrating on the real patterns of use in current Cantonese.
This makes it the ideal reference source for all learners and users of Cantonese, irrespective of Cited by: This book is the most comprehensive, self-placed material in Cantonese learning available today.
This, the third edition, adds more dialogue and diversified exercises. However, as in the two previous editions, the style remains simple, practical and interesting.
This book is for learners of Cantonese who aim to take their knowledge of the language beyond the phrase-book level. While our Cantonese: A Comprehensive Grammar was designed as a reference book, Basic Cantonese is more pedagogical in orientation.
It highlights the key buildingFile Size: 1MB. e-Books Home If you cannot read the books on the right after clicking the books' names, you can download the Adobe Reader All learners are recommended to go through the book "Basic Cantonese Sound System".
Books shelved as cantonese: Basic Cantonese: A Cantonese book and Workbook by Virginia Yip, Cantonese: A Comprehensive Grammar by Stephen Matthews, Intermediate.
FSI- Cantonese - Basic Course - Volume 2 This is Volume I (of 2) of the FSI Cantonese course. Cantonese, or Standard Cantonese, is a language that originated in the vicinity of Canton (i.e., Guangzhou) in southern China, and is often regarded as the prestige dialect of Yue.
Our Children’s Cantonese book library is a great resource for kids learning Cantonese. We have hundreds of Cantonese books for kids such as world classics, short stories, fairy tales and basic picture books for both beginner and advanced Cantonese language learners/5().
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. I’m going to assume that you’re a beginner who’s just started learning Cantonese.
In that case, it’s probably best to start with two books. Ideally, these should be 1. A grammar text (but not one of those tedious ones with lots of jargon, should b. Stories about the Novel Coronavirus 1. 抗疫小夥伴 Dr Dumo et al bilingual Story by Dr Lucci Lugee Liyeung.
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This book is designed for learners who l. Only US $ Living Cantonese for Intermediate Learne. This book is written for learners who ha. Only US $ Fun with Cantonese - Numerals: This book is designed for learners who w. Cantonese: A Comprehensive Grammar is a complete reference guide to Cantonese as spoken by native speakers in Hong Kong.
It presents a fresh and accessible description of the language, concentrating on the real patterns of use in current Cantonese/5(9). Frankie's Cantonese Book Reviews - Complete Cantonese( edition) by Hugh Baker & Pui-Kei HO - Duration: Frankie P (黃浩龍) 3, views.
Cantonese Vs. Introduction So far, we’ve covered some of the more basic structural elements in Cantonese. And so far, we’ve seen that as long as you understand these principles, you can start producing natural sounding, and more importantly, correct sentences.
But this is one of the rare occasions where grammar gets a little messy. I refer, of course to the notorious Cantonese classifiers. Cantonese Syllabary - Look up the Cantonese pronunciations of a character or look for all the characters of a particular pronunication.
Includes sound files, simple definitions, variant pronunciations, and more. Can switch to virtually any Cantonese romanization system. Related Books / 相關維基教科書. Standard Mandarin 普通话. Cantonese (廣東話 Gwóng dōng wá) is a widely spoken Chinese language.
It is the local language in current use within the province of Guangdong, China, official language in the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong, as well as in the Special Administrative Region of Macau, and used in many overseas Chinese communities in South-East Asia and elsewhere, with Kuala Lumpur and Ho Chi.
Learn Cantonese with our Cantonese story books. Our Cantonese story books help learners improve reading, writing, listening and speaking in Cantonese effectively.
Thank you very much for recent e-book I received last week, actually I am really a beginner and couldn’t catch up fully for grammatically understanding issue but enjoyed reading. A good Cantonese book for self-study is 'No sweat Cantonese' by Amy Leung.
It is commercially available in Hong Kong and it comes with an audio CD for pronunciation. Formal training. If you are truly serious about becoming fluent in Cantonese then you need to study more than just this book.
You would best off taking a formal course. This first book of the Speak Cantonese series continues an introduction to standard Cantonese dialect. It uses pinyin romanization and emphasizes the development of vocabulary.Cantonese Kids. K likes. Hi I’m Beverly. Mummy of 2 beautiful children and raising them to be bilingual in Cantonese and ers: K.