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Passport to Chinese: 100 Most Commonly Used Chinese Characters

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Passport to Chinese

Made by: Skritter
Studied by 270 people.

Words: 96

By Lin Shan. (Heian). 1998. 264 pages. The first half of the book is the usage of the 100 most commonly used Chinese characters. This includes meanings, examples, and compounds using only these 100 characters.
The second half of the book is all sorts of short passages and dialogs using only these 100 characters.

The book uses simplified characters only.
No pinyin after the introduction of the character.
English translations accompany throughout.