Stories of Chinese Idioms-About Ability (Beginner/Intermediate)

The origin and meaning of eight commonly used Chinese idioms are illustrated through a series of interesting stories. It is a fun way to learn and explore Chinese language, culture and history.
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The origin and meaning of eight commonly used Chinese idioms are illustrated through a series of interesting stories. It is a fun way to learn and explore Chinese language, culture and history. Paperback, 60 pages Text: Simplified Chinese with English Contents Information: 1. Self-contradictory 自相矛盾 2. Nick the boat to seek the sword 刻舟求剑 3. Helping shoots grow by pulling them upward 拔苗助长 4. Have a well-thought-out plan 胸有成竹 5. Draw cake to allay hunger 画饼充饥 6. Constant dripping wears the stone 水滴石穿 7. Cast brick to attract jade 抛砖引玉 8. Show off one’s skill before an expert 班门弄斧
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