“The Chinese Business Emails Samples&Wording” by Polina Shinkina

Different in size six awesome email letter samples included into this textbook form clear understanding of the Chinese modern email correspondence.

The letters highlight marketing, commercial, export, advertising, terms of payment and express delivery subjects and can be used as the email templates in the daily office international correspondence.

This textbook is designed for a wide range of learners. It also can be used by the Chinese language teachers as a part of their Chinese business writing programs.


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汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character 饭 fàn ‘meal’

饣 shí eat,
丿 piě slash,
乛 yǐ second,
反 fǎn opposite,
厂 hǎn cliff,
又 yòu again,


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