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Provides the Chinese characters for the core vocabulary in every lesson ofChinese Link2/e Level 1/ Part 1 to help learners practice their writing skills. Blank boxes are also included for students to practice writing the individual characters. KEY TOPICS: The Character Book can be used for both Simplified and Traditional characters and shows the following for each character: 1. Character with its stroke order indicated by numbers 2. Traditional form of the character 3. Simplified form of the character 4. Pinyin pronunciation, grammatical usage, and sample sentences or phrases 5. Stroke order illustrated by writing the character progressively 6. Radical of the character with its Pinyin pronunciation and meaning 7. Dotted graph lines to aid learner's practice For easy reference, three types of indices are provided in the Character Book: (1) By number of strokes; (2) By Lesson number; (3) Alphabetic by Pinyin and a list of Common Radicals. MARKET: For beginning learners of Chinese who want to practice writing skills.