By Paul Fredlein
Ni Hao, quantity four is the fourth point of the Ni Hao sequence and is designed for college students who've accomplished Ni Hao, Volumes 1-3. This point is supreme for college kids in highschool. issues contain relationships, relationship, model, part-time jobs, institution occasions, and social concerns. As in different degrees, chinese language characters are used widely in the course of the textual content and are observed by means of pinyin, which acts as a consultant to pronunciation. Pinyin is progressively passed over because the scholar turns into acquainted with the characters and vocabulary. There are 4 classes in quantity four, each one with 4 sub-topics, through instance sentences, vocabulary, and personality lists. Ni Hao, quantity four introduces greater than 440 phrases and words and a hundred and forty written characters. Appendices with Chinese-English and English-Chinese phrases and Expressions comprise pinyin, English, and standard and simplified personality listings for phrases discovered within the textual content. All characters discovered from Ni Hao 1 to Ni Hao four are indexed within the final appendix, prepared by way of the variety of strokes. scholars can glance within the appendix to recap the pinyin and fee the that means of a selected personality. This textbook is in conventional characters.
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He was tall and skinny, with quick-moving hands. After the cakes were baked, cooled, and taken out of their tins, he would place each one on a round platform attached to a rotating stand; wielding a thin steel spatula, he would smooth the mound of icing that had been spooned on top. Next he would fill a white V-shaped bag with more icing and poise the tip over the cake, squeezing out frilly edges and flowers. There were cupcakes sprinkled with shredded coconut and others filled with lemon curd and dusted with icing sugar.
I watched the same customers come for meals, for morning coffee, for afternoon Coke and French fries. Fifteen minutes after the whistle blew at the tanning factory the bachelor diners would start coming into the Dragon Cafe for supper. Every other weekend my father and Uncle Yat counted on extra business because of payday at the factory. They looked forward to visits from Pock Mark Lee with his grocery truck, buying ingredients from him for the Chinese meals that we ate each day. My parents continued to read the Chinese newspaper that came in the mail and to talk about the Communists in China.
We walked up Main Street and continued through town to the bridge that crossed Willow Creek below the school. My mother seemed to hesitate, and glanced nervously at me before stepping on the bridge. As we started on the asphalt path that wound up the hill on the other side, she stopped again and turned around to stare at the icy creek with its cracks of melting water. "You must be careful by the river, Su-Jen. Always hold the rail when you are on the bridge," she admonished, pointing to the iron railing, the muscles in her face tense.