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Using Ting with Beginning Chinese, John DeFrancis, by permission of Yale University Press.
Teach Yourself Beginners Chinese Script by Scurfield, Liz. & Song, Lianyi. Lincolnwood: N T C/Contemporary Publishing Company, 2000.
Practical Chinese Reader: Elementary Course, Books 1 and 2 (50 chapters), Beijing Languages Institute, circa 1998.
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Integrated Chinese, Yuehua Liu, Tao-chung Yao, Nyan-Ping Bi, Liangyan Ge, Yaohua Shi, 3rd Edition, Cheng and Tsui, 2009.
Using Ting with Integrated Chinese Levels One and Two
Games and Materials for Integrated Chinese: Level 1, Part 1
Games and Materials for Integrated Chinese: Level 1, Part 2
Games and Materials for Integrated Chinese: Level 2
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