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CHNS0411

Classical Chinese I

Classical Chinese I (in Chinese)
This course is an introduction to wenyan, the written language of traditional China. In this course we will emphasize comprehension of the literal and metaphorical meanings of short wenyan texts. Our approach will include grammatical analysis and baihua translation (i.e., from the Classical Chinese into modern Chinese); discussion will be conducted entirely in baihua. This course begins the two-semester sequence of Classical Chinese, which not only introduces students to wenyan but also provides a vital learning experience for any student seeking to attain a high level of linguistic and cultural proficiency in Chinese, including modern written discourse. (CHNS 0302 or the equivalent) 3 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Chinese
Department:
Chinese
Division:
Languages
Requirements Fulfilled:
LNG
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2014

CHNS0411A-F14 Lecture (Xu)

Fall 2013

CHNS0411A-F13 Lecture (Xu)

Fall 2012

CHNS0411A-F12 Lecture (Xu)

Fall 2011

CHNS0411A-F11 Lecture (Xu)

Fall 2010

CHNS0411A-F10 Lecture (Zhang)

Fall 2009

CHNS0411A-F09 Lecture (Xu)

Fall 2008

CHNS0411A-F08 Lecture (Xu)

Fall 2007

CHNS0411A-F07 Lecture (Xu)

Fall 2006

CHNS0411A-F06 Lecture (Xu)

Fall 2005

CHNS0411A-F05 Lecture (Ridgway)

Fall 2004

CHNS0411A-F04 Lecture (Du)

Fall 2003

CHNS0411A-F03 Lecture (Xu)