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ASIA 396 Chinese Grammar and Usage II
Analysis of modern Chinese grammar and its usage in various discourses, situating its form and function in relation to social and cultural contexts. Continuation of ASIA 386.
Pre-reqs: ASIA 386. (or higher level of Chinese language proficiency.)
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