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A story first. Half a year ago, lots of students from PA came to my university and I worked as tutor. One day, I asked "What major you're on here","Chinese","So all you traveled half of the earth just to learn Chinese?". Then they said they were told by teacher in their university: "The best way to learn a language is to have a native partner. And the ...
I admit that I have never used 'Integrated Chinese', so I do not know how useful it is. However, FSI Chinese is IMHO outdated. If it has not been updated in the last 10 years, I would not rely on it. I know it's public domain, free and it comes with plenty of audio material, etc. but it was made ages ago, and language & society has changed in China so ...
Surely there are plenty of these kinds of books in Chinese. Here's a link to several English textbooks https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-of-the-best-resources-for-learning-classical-Chinese There are also several online resources... I could make a list but you would probably find a better one by using a search engine. zdic.net does have example ...
I guess that are the senior or junior students' Chinese textbooks for Teachers. You know, Chinese textbooks contains two versions, for students and for teachers, in which the Teachers' book contains the grammar explaination you need.
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