Two Animations (Simplified Chinese;Traditional Chinese) & 5Q-Book (Simplified Chinese; HanyuPinyin, Traditional Chinese; Zhuyin; Hanyu Pinyin, English)
Learn a Chinese idiom from the story of the Noble Kingdom withanimation.
Content: This is a Chinese idiom explaining a variety of colors.We provide two animated stories and a Chinese idiom comic strip,including an explanation and words that help learners learn aboutthe meaning of color. Two sentences that help learners use theidiom are included. The following two stories show the meaning ofthe idiom.
1. The Noble Kingdom
(Simplified animation of 3 minutes and 22 seconds, Traditionalanimation of 3 minutes and 22 seconds, Illustrated audio book of 20pages and word lists)
2. A Variety of Colors
(Traditional animation of 43 seconds, Simplified animation of 38seconds, Comic strip of 2 pages)
Story: Derived from Jing Hua Yuan, was written by Li Ruzhen.
Age: Recommended for Grade 1 students.
Level: Helpful Chinese reading for basic level learners.
Characters: Contains 450+ basic level Chinese characters.
Animation (Simplified): Story animation with simplified Chinesesubtitles.
Animation (Traditional): Story animation with traditional Chinesesubtitles.
5Q-Book (Simplified): Illustrated audio book with simplifiedChinese text; Hanyu Pinyin.
5Q-Book (Traditional): Illustrated audio book with traditionalChinese text; Hanyu Pinyin; Zhuyin.
5Q-Book (English): Illustrated audio book with English text.
English: English translation on the last few pages of thestory.
Word list: Chinese words with Hanyu Pinyin, English explanation andChinese explanation.
Comic strip (Simplified; Traditional): Audio situation comic stripwith simplified Chinese and traditional subtitles.
Introduction of four Chinese characters (Simplified; Traditional):Illustrated audio book with simplified and traditional Chinesetext.
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Keywords: 5Q 5QChannel Mandarin Chinese
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