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“The Draft Contract” by Polina Shinkina [Jun. 22nd, 2017|06:43 am]
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Nicolay Shinkin
This is a one-topic book from the series of books related to discussion of different aspects of business contract terms in the Chinese language.

The book contains a number of useful phrases and words which might be used in the process of business negotiations.

The text of this book followed by a thorough word for word translation table. It is a perfect helper both for the self-learners and for teachers controlling correct translations by students.

The Chinese character study and grammar exercises are supported by a detailed Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance for each Сhinese character in this book.

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中文合同学者 Chinese Language Community [Apr. 19th, 2017|07:59 am]
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Nicolay Shinkin
中文合同学者 Chinese Language Community
Chinese, marketing, commercial, financial, textbooks

The Blog publications include but not limited to: Chinese commercial correspondence, Chinese marketing correspondence, Chinese financial correspondence, business writing Chinese, Chinese characters decomposition, Chinese numbers, addition in Chinese, subtraction in Chinese, multiplication in Chinese, division in Chinese.
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Make Complicated Things Simple! [Feb. 19th, 2017|08:34 am]
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There are the Chinese characters and the Chinese radicals in the Chinese language. A set of radicals form a Chinese character.

Quite often a radical itself can be a Chinese character as well.

The Chinese characters can be decomposed (or broken down, split) into radicals for the sake of making the Chinese characters learning process simple and understandable.

That is why Chinese character decomposition is a very effective tool for teaching, learning and memorizing the Chinese characters.

Please see below how Chinese character decomposition makes learning simple, indeed.

The Chinese characters 口 kǒu ‘mouth’ and 日 rì ‘sun’ both include the radical 冂 jiōng ‘down box’.

In addition, the Chinese character 口 kǒu ‘mouth’ also includes the radical 一 yī ‘one’. The Chinese character 日 rì ‘sun’ also includes the radical 二 èr ‘two’.

So, the overall decomposition of the both Chinese characters looks like following:

口 kǒu ‘mouth’
冂 jiōng ‘down box’
一 yī ‘one’

日 rì ‘sun’
冂 jiōng ‘down box’
二 èr ‘two’

Simple, isn’t it? Now we understand that any Chinese character can be decomposed into the Chinese radicals.

You can find more information about the Chinese character decomposition in all Polina Shinkina’s textbooks and in “The Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance” on http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/polina985 and in http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/the-chinese-character-decomposition-guidance/18847104
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Chinese Character Decomposition: Myths and Reality [Dec. 22nd, 2016|11:05 am]
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At the initial stage of the Chinese language learning it is very important to learn the basic Chinese radicals – approximately 80 – 90 of them. These basic radicals are often repeated in different combination in the Chinese characters. When you see a Chinese character just keep in mind that you see a combination of the simple Chinese radicals.

Once you know reading, tones and meanings of each radical, you will easily memorize any of the Chinese characters and write them easily and joyfully! See how simple the decomposition of the Chinese character 怎 zěn ‘how’, pay attention to the repeated radicals.

Decomposition example of the character 怎 zěn ‘how’
怎 zěn how
乍 zhà first
丿 piě slash
一 yī one
丨 gǔn line
二 èr two
心 xīn heart
丿 piě slash
乚 yǐ second
丶 zhǔ dot
丶 zhǔ dot

乍丿一丨二 心丿乚丶丶

NB. Synonyms: Structural analysis of the Chinese characters, Breakdown of the Chinese characters.

More information and guidelines about decomposition you can find in each Chinese textbook by Polina Shinkina on http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/polina985
and in the The Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance

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Chinese Commercial Correspondence [Dec. 22nd, 2016|11:02 am]
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Chinese Commercial Correspondence Textbook for Self-Study
Supersonic Commercial Chinese Book 1 by Polina Shinkina

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Chinese Numbers 1 - 10: arithmetic operations in Chinese. Subtraction in Chinese. [Dec. 18th, 2016|05:43 am]
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Chinese Numbers 1 - 10: arithmetic operations in Chinese.
Subtraction in Chinese.
8 - 5 = 3
bā jiǎn wǔ děngyú sān

More information on the Chinese numbers you can find in The Chinese Numerals for Businessmen by Polina Shinkina http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/the-chinese-numerals-for-businessmen/19124210 or in each Chinese textbook by Polina Shinkina on http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/polina985

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Free Amazon Prime for students [Aug. 25th, 2010|05:21 am]
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Amazon is currently giving free 1 year memberships to Amazon Prime (free 2 day shipping, $3.99 overnight shipping) to current students with a .edu email address: http://www.amazon.com/gp/student/signup/info I'm not sure how long they're offering this (it doesn't say on the site).

Just thought i'd give fellow students the heads up on this in case you haven't heard about it yet. This is going to save me a ton on shipping textbooks this year!
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Looking for a place to live Sept. 1st?? [Aug. 23rd, 2010|04:55 pm]
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Check out my CL post here: http://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/roo/1915216247.html

Very close to the Red Line, 15min to campus, 30min to downtown.  Enjoy the nightlife in the area: Aragon, Riviera Theater, Green Mill, Uptown Lounge, etc.  Easy access to Wrigleyville without the parking hassle and noise. 
Quiet apartment with students!

Thanks for looking. 
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MSW program [Jun. 26th, 2010|09:13 pm]
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[mood |curiouscurious]

I'm considering applying to the MSW program. Did anyone here choose Loyola over UIC? If so, why?

I'm really interested in a Geriatric/Aging MSW concentration.

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Rocky Horror Picture Show!! [Dec. 3rd, 2009|12:57 pm]
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Saturday, December 5th 11:59 P.M

Music Box Theater
3733 N. Southport Ave., Chicago, IL

Tickets $10

It's the last live performance of Rocky Horror of 2009!!

Let's rock the end of the year and pack that theater!!!

This Saturday, December 5th!
Crazy people running around in their underwear!
Crazy people yelling obscenities!
Crazy people throwing shit all over the place!

You know you wanna be a part of it!!!

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