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Zhong zhi cheng cheng de gushi (Level 3)  - Graded Readers for Chinese Language Learners (Historical Stories)




Zhong zhi cheng cheng de gushi (Level 3)
Graded Readers for Chinese Language Learners (Historical Stories)

众志成城的故事(3级) -学汉语分级读物(历史故事)


By  
CHEN Xianchun 陈贤纯 (Editor)

Beijing Language & Culture University Press, 2019
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长平之战以后,赵孝成王希望割地求和,说要把六座城给秦国。秦昭襄王答应了。可是后来赵孝成王赖账,不愿意把六座城给秦国了。秦昭襄王大怒,派大军包围邯郸。
长平之战中赵国45万将士被杀,现在邯郸城里多数是老人、妇女和孩子。可是邯郸人万众一心,誓死跟秦国人战斗到底。秦军攻城一年多都攻不下,损失惨重。魏国公子信陵君窃符救赵,楚国也派出大军来救赵国。秦军被打得大败,赵国终于得救了。
 
    About the author


Chen Xianchun is a professor at Beijing Language and Culture University who has engaged in the teaching of Chinese as a foreign language since 1975, equipped with rich Chinese teaching experience. Professor Chen has made profound research into the teaching of Chinese reading and has published, in addition to more than 20 academic papers, many monographs and textbooks such as Teaching Reading and Psychology, Typical Characters and Events in Chinese Culture, A Primer on Modern Chinese Reading, An Intensive Chinese Course, and Read This Way.
 
    Details
 
ISBN: 9787561954812
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 95
Sizes: 284x210mm
Publication: 1/2019
Weight: 220g
Languages:
English, Chinese


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