Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

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Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby JunL » Tue Sep 01, 2009 6:08 am

Flexible one to one Chinese Mandarin course. We practice often, after which Mandarin naturally flows from the tongue. Learning for all ages. Excellent teachers. Start anytime. Affordable price. Safe, private, clean and quiet accommodation. For more information, please feel free to visit the website at http://www.1to1mandarinworkshop.com/

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Re: Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby chinesesphere » Fri May 07, 2010 6:17 am

I think www.chinesesphere.com is also one of good online course from where you can learn chinese language.

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Re: Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby Nancy05 » Thu May 27, 2010 8:22 am

When we go to class to learn Chinese, we need an English-Chinese dictionary as a learning assistant. www.hnhsoft.com :)
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Re: Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby tingdiver » Mon Jul 26, 2010 4:35 pm

Anybody who's ever studied Chinese properly knows that Mandarin is all about tones and pronunciation. SO YOU NEED TO SPEAK IT! Or as they say in China, "越说越好!"

You may know the pinyin and definition of 1,000 words and characters, but if you still can't say them right, or know how to use them in daily conversation, NO CHINESE PERSON WILL UNDERSTAND YOU!

It's really all about PRACTICE.

Self studying is great, but if you're really serious about learning and improving your Mandarin skills, some kind of formal instruction is still needed. The best would be to take up 1-on-1 classes, where a teacher is solely focused on helping you get the tones and consonants right (those annoying zh, ch, j, q, c, ch, etc.). Or an intensive group class where you can speak Mandarin EVERYDAY.

Schools like Live the Language (LtL) Mandarin school in Beijing can help you do this since they specialise in MAKING SURE STUDENTS ACTUALLY END UP SPEAKING CHINESE.

The faculty is made up of top quality teachers who are all Bachelor (and some even Master's) - degree holders in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language from China's top universities.

You can have private 1-on-1 classes up at the school, in your home, at your office or favorite coffeeshop... the teachers can go to you! Or you can join a SMALL group class (maximum 6 students), if you want intensive but more affordable option.

You can study on a monthly basis, semestral, yearly or just on weekends. You can ask for a customised program (for example, one that has a heavy emphasis on speaking to practice your pronunciation), rates are quite flexible and you can request for other activities and services that will 'immerse' you and allow you to really LIVE THE LANGUAGE, such as work INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS, IMMERSIONS in the Chinese countryside, kung fu class, cooking class, calligraphy class and others. Everything is geared towards MAKING SURE YOU ACTUALLY END UP USING YOUR MANDARIN DAILY and THAT YOU MAKE PROGRESS.

If you want more information (especially since I am a non-Chinese who knows the challenges of learning this increasingly important language and has some tips and advice on studying), send me an email at ting@livethelanguage.cn, or check out the school at www.livethelanguage.cn. There are some useful tips there on how to learn Mandarin better!

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Re: Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby classic mandarin » Sun Aug 08, 2010 8:04 am

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Re: Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby atnguyen » Sat Nov 27, 2010 1:32 pm

Nice, thank u.
I need to learn Chinese. do not know where to start

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Re: Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby synotrip » Tue Jan 04, 2011 6:27 pm

To see some Chinese movies is best way to study Chinese.
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http://www.synotrip.com/

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Re: Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby wangll08 » Thu Jun 09, 2011 7:03 pm

synotrip wrote:To see some Chinese movies is best way to study Chinese.

yes, to see movie is best way. you can watch movie and learn chinese on www.chinesetone.com. it is a exclent website to study.

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Re: Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby apple » Thu Jun 23, 2011 8:25 pm

Wqtching movies, listening to chinese songs and studying hard at home - these components will help you to Learn Chinese in China. To do your homewordk and study by yourself is very important, because like this you can be more concentrated on your studies! AThen teh next thing is to speak with chinese, because only lika this you can understand how the language itself works! I'm studying Chise with Hutong School now and i liek it a lot, besides they organize a lot of activities, so we hang out with other students, cooking Chinese food and find out more about life in China!

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Re: Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby seanpual123 » Mon Aug 15, 2011 7:44 pm

Great links i am keenly interested in learning chinese...

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Re: Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby CBryan » Fri Oct 21, 2011 12:09 pm

atnguyen wrote:Nice, thank u.
I need to learn Chinese. do not know where to start


I guess, you have to read chinese materials first before watching a movie. This way, you'll understand what you're watching at the same time practice and learn more. Listen to the tones while watching.

You can checkout http://www.childbook.com for chinese learning materials.
http://www.childbook.com
http://www.facebook.com/learningchineseresources

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Re: Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby CarolChan » Wed Dec 07, 2011 9:20 pm

Hi All,

Thanks for your suggestion. You can get information on Intensive Chinese program they provide more programs for different level student. Like regular Chinese programs, business Chinese , intensive Chinese programs, HSK training...it is like a dictionary listing all kinds program styles. I think this would be helpful.

Thanks a lot for your help!
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Re: Intensive Chinese program, learn Chinese in China

Postby shopindexer » Sat Dec 21, 2013 3:26 am

why do you need to take courses to learn Chinese? Watch some Chinese movies, hang out with the Chinese more, and have a chinese girlfriend or boyfriend would help you the most in learning Chinese.


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