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Integrated

Chinese 中文听

说读写 中文聽説

讀寫 Level 2 Part 1

Third Edition

WORKBOOK ANSWER KEY

Copyright © 2009 Cheng & Tsui Company. All rights reserved. Answer Key revised 01/21/10.

A Note to Teachers: At this level of study, many of the exercises in the

workbook are designed to be open-ended. We have provided sample

answers where possible, but please keep in mind that a broad range of

responses may be acceptable.

For ease of reference, this answer key includes the text from the

workbook.

Lesson 1 • / I. Listening Comprehension A. Textbook Content (INTERPRETIVE)

Listen to the recording for the Textbook and answer the questions in English. 1. What year in school is Zhang Tianming? (He is a freshman/first-year student.) 2. How did Zhang Tianming get to campus? (He flew.) 3. Who is Ke Lin? (He is a returning student who is helping freshmen/first-year students move into the dorms.) 4. Where does Ke Lin live? (He lives off campus.) 5. What does Ke Lin offer to do for Zhang Tianming? (He will help Zhang Tianming find a place to live if he decides to move out of the dorm.) 6. What happened to Zhang

Tianming’s computer? (He may have left it in the taxi.)

B. Workbook Dialogue (INTERPRETIVE) Listen to the recording for the Workbook and answer the questions. [

]

Questions (True/False): (F) 1. The dialogue takes place in front of a dorm for first-year students. (F) 2. The man knows the campus very well because he is a senior at the university. (T) 3. The woman was on an airplane earlier today. (F) 4. The dorm the man lives in has been a returning students’ dorm for years.

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(T) 5. The taxi driver has dropped the woman off in the wrong place. (T) 6. The man’s dorm is on the west side of the dorm for first-year students.

C. Workbook Narratives 1. Listen to the recording for the Workbook and answer the questions in English. (INTERPRETIVE) [ “ ”

“ ” “ ” ] a. What does “zhù xiào” mean? (It means living in the dorm or living on campus.) b. What is a “shìyǒu”? What is a “tóngwū”? (Both mean “roommate.”)

  1. Listen to the recording for the Workbook and answer the questions in English. (INTERPRETIVE) [
]

a. Why does Little Wang want to move out of his dorm? (It is too noisy.) b. What is good about Little Wang’s new place? (It is close to campus.) c. Do you think Little Wang will live at his new place alone? Why or why not? (No. The new place is a bit expensive. Little Wang will try to find a roommate to share the rent.)

  1. After listening to the recording for the Workbook, fill out Little Zhang’s daily schedule in Chinese, and answer the questions that follow in English. (INTERPRETIVE AND

partner/classmate better, find out and report the following information in Chinese. Use Chinese when you interview your partner/classmate. (INTERPERSONAL) 1. What’s his or her name? (Answers may vary.) 2. Where is he or she from? (Answers may vary.) 3. Where was he or she born? (Answers may vary.) 4. Where did he or she grow up? (Answers may vary.) 5. Is he or she a college freshman? (Answers may vary.) 6. Does he or she live on or off campus? Does he or she like where he or she lives? Why or why not? (Answers may vary.) 7. How long has he or she been studying Chinese? (Answers may vary.) 8. How does he or she write her/his Chinese name if he or she has one? (Answers may vary.) B. Practice asking and answering the following questions. (INTERPERSONAL) 1. (Answers may vary.)

  1. (Answers may vary.)

  2. (Answers may vary.)

  3. (Answers may vary.)

  4. (Answers may vary.)

  5. (Answers may vary.)

  6. (Answers may vary.)

C. Practice speaking on the following topics. (PRESENTATIONAL)

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  1. (Answers may vary.)

  2. / (Answers may vary.)

/ 3. (Answers may vary.)

III. Reading Comprehension A. Building Words Complete this section by writing the characters, the pinyin, and the English equivalent of each new word formed. Guess the meaning before you use a dictionary to confirm. 1. “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ” “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ” →( / wèishēngzhǐ toilet paper) 2. “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ” “ ”+“ ” → ( / bāngshǒu helper) 3. “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ” “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ” →( / xiàoyuán school campus) 4. “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ” “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ” →( / huàichu disadvantage, harm)

2:01:10 PM

B. Read the conversation and answer the questions. (INTERPRETIVE) (TRADITIONAL)

(SIMPLIFIED
)
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PM

Questions (True/False) (F) 1. Wang Xin has been living in the student dorm for a semester. (T) 2. Lin Ming thinks Wang Xin has moved too many times. (T) 3. One of the reasons that Wang Xin moved out of the dorm was that it was too expensive. (F) 4. Wang Xin had never been late for his examinations until last Wednesday. (F) 5. It was not easy for Wang Xin to make the decision to move one more time. (F) 6. Wang Xin has already made the decision to move again in two months. (T) 7. Lin Ming thinks Wang Xin is never sure about where he should live. (T) 8. According to Wang Xin, it is much less expensive to live off campus. (F) 9. If Wang Xin follows Lin Ming’s suggestion, he will be able to save money. 2:01:12 PM C. Review Zhang Tianming’s schedule and complete the subsequent passage accordingly.

vary.) 2. A:

B: (Answers may vary.) 3. A:

B: (Answers may vary.)

C. Answer the following questions based on your own situation. (INTERPERSONAL) 1. A:

B: (Answers may vary.)

2.
A:

B: (Answers may vary.)

3.
A:

B: (Answers may vary.)

4.
A:

B: (Answers may vary.)

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D. Answer the following questions in Chinese based on your own situation. (INTERPERSONAL) 1. A:

B: (Answers may vary.)

2.
A:

B: (Answers may vary.)

3.
A:

B: (Answers may vary.)

4.
A:

B: (Answers may vary.)

E. Let’s get to know Ke Lin. Using the … structure, answer the questions based on the information given. (INTERPRETIVE AND PRESENTATIONAL) EXAMPLE:

A: B: 2:01:20 PM 1. A: B: /
/
  1. Beijing London New York Tokyo Paris Sydney A: B: /

/

A : B : ( 8

( )

H. Zhang Tianming can be a scatterbrain. Based on the illustrations given, imagine what he would say when he realizes he has left something behind. (PRESENTATIONAL) EXAMPLE:

1. 2. /
/
3. /

/ 2:01:25 PM I. Fill in the blanks with the words or phrases given. (INTERPRETIVE)

(TRADITIONAL) 1. 2. 3. 4.

“ (3) (1) (2) (4)
” (SIMPLIFIED) 1. 2. 3. 4.
“ (3) (1) (2) (4)

Now answer the following question using …, …, …:

TRADITIONAL: (Answers may vary.) ,

SIMPLIFIED
:

(Answers may vary.) ,

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2:01:26 PM J. Translate the following exchanges into Chinese.

(PRESENTATIONAL) 1. A: When will school start? ( / ) B: Next Wednesday. / / / / /

/ / / / / 2. A: What time did you get home yesterday? /

/ / / /
/ / / / / /

B: I got home at 10:30 p. / Other variations also possible. 3. A: Did you go to New

York by plane or by car? /

/ / B: I went by car. / / / 4. A: Living in the dormitory is very

convenient. / /

/ B: But it doesn’t necessarily save you money. / /

/

K. Translate the following passages into Chinese. (PRESENTATIONAL) 1. That first-year student was born in China, but raised in America. Yesterday I helped her move into her dorm. Her parents want her to live in the dorm to get used to college life, but she feels that living in the dorm is too restrictive and she wants to live off campus next semester. TRADITIONAL:

/ /
SIMPLIFIED
:
/ /
(Answers may
vary)
  1. Zhang Tianming got to know a new friend this morning. His name is Ke Lin. Zhang Tianming met Ke Lin in the dorm. There were many people in the dorm, and except for Ke Lin, Zhang Tianming didn’t know anyone else. Ke Lin helped Zhang Tianming move his stuff. After helping him move, Ke Lin said to Zhang Tianming, .If you need any help, call me.

(Answers may vary.) TRADITIONAL:

(Answers may vary.) TRADITIONAL: 1)

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2
SIMPLIFIED
: 1 2 3 4
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I. Listening Comprehension A. Textbook Content (INTERPRETIVE) Listen to the recording for the Textbook and answer the questions in English. 1. Who moved in first, Zhang Tianming or his roommate? (His roommate did.) 2. What furniture do Zhang Tianming and his roommate both have? (A chair, a desk, a bed, a wardrobe, and a bookshelf.) 3. Is their dorm close to a

eat, and do laundry.) d. What is the room’s only shortcoming? (It doesn’t have a window.)

  1. Draw a picture of Little Li’s room based on the recording and answer in Chinese the question you hear at the end of the recording. [
]

Answer: ( )

Sample drawing:

3:41:41 PM D. Workbook Listening Rejoinder (INTERPERSONAL) In this section, you will hear two people talking. After hearing the first speaker, select the best from the four possible responses given by the second speaker.

[ a. /
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b. / c. / d. / ]

_d _

II. Speaking Exercises A. Practice asking and answering the following questions. (INTERPERSONAL) 1.

(Answers may

vary.) 2.

(Answers may vary.) 3.

(Answers may vary.) 4.

(Answers may vary.)

B. Practice speaking on the following topics.

(INTERPERSONAL) 1. … … (Answers may vary.) 2.

(Answers may vary.)

C. Describe this room in detail. (PRESENTATIONAL) (Answers may vary.) TRADITIONAL:

3:41:
4 SIMPLIFIED:

III. Reading Comprehension A. Building Words Complete this section by writing the characters, the pinyin, and the English equivalent of each new word formed. Guess the meaning before you use a dictionary to confirm. 1. “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ” → ( shāngpǐn merchandise, commercial goods) 2. “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ” →( wánjù toy) 3. “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ”

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“ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ” →( / guà hào to take a number [at the doctor’s office] or to send a piece of

registered mail [at the post office]) (Answers may vary.) 4. “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ” “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ” →( tóngshì colleague, coworker) 5. “ ” “ ”+“ ” “ ”→( dìtǎn carpet/rug)

B.The following excerpt is part of a conversation between a landlord and a potential tenant. Read it and answer the questions in English. (INTERPRETIVE) A: A: B: B: A: A: B: B: A: A: B: B: A: ? A: B: B: A: A: B: B: A: A: B: B: A: A: B: B:

  1. Would you rent this apartment? (Answers may vary.) 2. Explain your decision by

(Drawing should include: A two-story house with three rooms on each level. Upper floor: Leftmost room: study. A large desk in the center, two large, tall bookcases behind the desk. Center room: bathroom. Rightmost room: bedroom. A bed in the middle of the room, a wardrobe next to the bed. Lower floor: Leftmost room: living room. Center room: dining room/kitchen. Rightmost room: Laundry room with washer and dryer. Standing outside the house: a male figure (Xiao Gao) with a happy expression.)

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Questions (True/False): a. (F)

b. (T)

c. (F)

E. What does the sign say? (The laundry room is open from 7:00 a. to 10:00 p.)

F. ANSWER: ( “ ” “ ” / “ ” “

” )M

IV. Writing and Grammar Exercises A. Building Characters

Form a character by combining the given components as instructed. Then write a word, a phrase, or a short sentence in which that character appears. 1. “ ” “ ”

“ ” “ ” 2. “ ” “ ”

“ ” “ ” / / 3. “ ” “ ”

“ ” “ ” 4. “ ” “ ” “ ”
“ ” “ ” “ ” /

B. Answer the following questions based on your own situation. (INTERPERSONAL) 1. A:

B: (Answers may vary.) 2. A:

B: / / /
3.
A:

B: (Answers may vary.)

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3:41:51 PM C. Complete the following dialogues

using /. EXAMPLE: A: B: 1. A:

B:
2.
A:

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