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Kaleidoscope Vol. 3 Spoken Cantonese: Acquisition and Presentation with 11 audio cassettes and 1 video
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A focus on context will continue to be a constant in this course until the time when you are expected to create context in spoken Cantonese. Our intention is to make you a skillful acquirer of this complex and vital culture and language.

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Kaleidoscope Vol. 2 Spoken Cantonese: Performance and Acquisition with 4 audio CDs and 1 video
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A focus on context will continue to be a constant in this course until the time when you are expected to create context in spoken Cantonese. In Volume 2, we continue to present opportunities to perform in contexts packaged as functions. Our purpose is to familiarize you with the cultural patterns of Cantonese speakers through your own performances and thereby equip you to perceive the intentions of Cantonese interlocutors. Our intention is to make you a skillful acquirer of this complex and vital culture and language.

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Kaleidoscope Vol. 2 Spoken Cantonese: Performance and Acquisition with 12 audio cassettes and 1 video
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A focus on context will continue to be a constant in this course until the time when you are expected to create context in spoken Cantonese. In Volume 2, we continue to present opportunities to perform in contexts packaged as functions. Our purpose is to familiarize you with the cultural patterns of Cantonese speakers through your own performances and thereby equip you to perceive the intentions of Cantonese interlocutors. Our intention is to make you a skillful acquirer of this complex and vital culture and language.

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