Integrated Chinese (IC), Chinese name 中文听说读写, 中文聽說讀寫, Zhōngwén tīng shuō dú xiě (which literally means Chinese listening, speaking, reading, writing), vocabulary infographics are now here! There is no doubt that “Integrated Chinese” is one of the most widely adopted Chinese textbooks among high schools and colleges in North America and beyond. The current version is the 4th edition. The names of the first three editions were Integrated Chinese Level 1, Part 1, Part 2, and Level 2, Part 1, Part 2; but the name of the newest edition has been changed to Integrated Chinese Volumes 1, 2, 3, and 4. They have both simplified and traditional character versions.
Textbook, Workbook, and Character Workbook
In each lesson, no like volume 1 and 2, there is only one dialogue per each lesson, and our vocabulary infographics are designed based on each dialogue. It is perfect for students to learn and review, as well as for teachers to teach and use in the review section.
Cast of Character
Before we start introducing the new vocabulary, here are some character names we would like to mention first:
张天明 Zhang Tianming, an American-born Chinese. He is a college freshman.
丽莎 Lisha, Lisa Cohen. A college freshman. She and Zhang Tianming were high school sweethearts.
李哲 Li Zhe, Zack Ruiz. A senior and a good friend of Zhang Tianming’s.
林雪梅 Lin Xuemei. A graduate student from Hangzhou, China.
柯林 Ke Lin, Al Collins. Lin Xuemei’s boyfriend also a graduate student.
Integrated Chinese Volume 3 (Level 2 Part 1) Lesson 1 Vocabulary list
Here is the list of the vocabulary from Volume 3 Lesson 1:
|张天明||zhāng tiānmíng||Zhang Tianming (a personal name)|
|柯林||kē lín||Ke Lin (a personal name)|
|出生||chūshēng||to be born|
|开学||kāixué||to begin in a new semester|
|搬家||bānjiā||to move (one’s residence)|
|省钱||shěng qián||to save money|
|辆||liàng||(MW for vehicles)|
|拉||là||to leave (something) behind|
|不见得||bùjiàn dé||not necessarily|
Vocabulary Infographic Lesson 1
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