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eChineseLearning provides a huge number of Chinese resources for Chinese language learners. The materials in this section are designed to teach Chinese to non-native Chinese learners of various skill levels. These basic Chinese language materials are edited by eChineseLearning's professional teaching staff. And best of all, they are totally FREE! If you are interested in learning Chinese, the basic Chinese language resources in this section will be of a great use to you!

The song of “The Little White Rabbit” is a Chinese song that all Chinese children can sing. The easy, interesting and catchy song will help your children fall in love with Chinese.

Now click the video and let them sing along!


xiǎo báitù, bái yòu bái
小 白兔,白 又 白
Little rabbit, it’s so white.

liǎng zhī ěrduo shù ...

Dragons are deeply rooted in Chinese culture, as the dragon is one of the most important creatures that can symbolize China. Have you ever heard that Chinese people call themselves as “descendants of dragons”? This may sound strange to people in the West, as dragons are normally seen as evil and unlucky in the Western ...

In the last article, you learned the song and the slogan which reflects the spirit of the World Cup:“One World, One Dream”. Can you and your children sing it yet? Besides football, what other ball games do you and your kids like to play in daily life? Basketball, volleyball, tennis or baseball? Do you want ...

The Doha World Cup 2022 in Qatar is only two and a half months away! If you’re a football fan, I’m sure your excitement is starting to surge! If you’re not, you can still watch the games with your children because there will be so much fun!

Every four years, the World Cup brings together the world’s best national ...

Schools reopen after summer vacations spanning over one or two months! Dear parents, have you prepared your child to go back to school? What else you can do for them besides buying them new school bags, clothes, and stationery?

If your kids are learning Chinese now, you can teach this catchy Chinese song of “Going to ...

Welcome, parents! We have returned with the third and final session of our Peppa Pig series. Having learnt a fair few lines from this childhood classic, today we will touch upon two new sentence structures. The session comes in the form of a video from one of our experienced teachers, and we will learn how ...

Hello again, parents! We are back with part 2 of our Peppa Pig session. Last week, the Chinese expressions learnt from one classic line in Peppa Pig, were well received by parents and children.

Hopefully your child has had a chance to practice the phrases from the previous lesson. Remember, repeat, repeat, repeat! There is ...

Hello Parents! Welcome back to eChineseLearning! Today we will provide a new dimension through which to explore the magical world of Mandarin. We will introduce a unique, creative area of language study, one which transcends the typical grammar-led sessions and takes a deep dive into a wonderful culture – Peppa Pig! In Chinese, Peppa Pig ...

The Chinese teachers at eChineseLearning often encounter the age-old problem relating to 不 (bù), and 没 (méi). When the teacher asks certain questions to which the answer could be ‘no’, many non-Chinese native students would use the wrong negation word to answer.
For example, let’s take the question ‘Jīntiān nǐ qù xuéxiào ma? 今天你去学校吗?’ (are you ...

Dear parents, if your child is learning Chinese now, it’s better for him or her to learn how to use the “bǎ 把” sentence and the “bèi 被” sentence structure correctly, and how to switch between them flexibly. It will make your kid’s Chinese expressions more authentic.

Watch the following video and learn the two common ...

The teachers at eChineseLearining have found that many non-Chinese children felt confused about the use of “zhe 着” and “le 了”, and kept making mistakes when using the two characters. Watch the video below, and your kid will find it easy to learn how to use them correctly.

Here is a quiz below. Let your ...

We believe your child is enjoying a pleasant time during the summer vacation now. Maybe he or she is excited about going to a summer camp, maybe excited about going on a family trip, or maybe you are enjoying a wonderful vacation in another country together now. No matter what he or she does in ...

It is well known that songs can be a very effective tool for kids to learn Chinese. Learning to sing Chinese songs can encourage your child to speak in Chinese more, at the same time improve his or her fluency, enunciation and articulation and the language points in the songs will be much easier to ...

First and foremost, please let your child do the following quiz:

Choose the right measure word to fill in each blank:

A. zhī 只   B. tóu 头   C. gè 个




You may know that there are many differences in the expressions between Chinese and English. As you can see in the quiz above, in English, “a” or “an” can be ...

Is your child reluctant to speak Chinese because of poor expression? Has your child ever been teased for inaccurate Chinese expressions? In Chinese, tone changes of words or characters are commonly seen, so if children do not learn those certain rules well, they are likely to make mistakes when they speak Chinese.
Normally, it’s difficult ...

Levi is a middle school student from Chicago studying in Hong Kong now. One day, he and his mother went to a restaurant for lunch. He noticed that there were no bowls on the table, so he said to the waiter: “Nǐhǎo, máfán gěi wǒ èr gè wǎn. (你好,麻烦给我们二个碗。)” The waiter smiled and said: “Èr ...

Last week, when Ms. Cheska was teaching Mia Chinese, she talked about the phrase “bǔxí bān 补习班” and Mia was confused about the differences between this phrase and “kèwài bān 课外班” she had learned before. It’s easy for Chinese children to distinguish between the two, but why did Mia, a native Los Angeles girl, get ...

Daniel from Melbourne told his Chinese teacher, Ms. Belina in class, “Wǒ zuótiān tīqiú dào shù shànɡ. (我昨天踢球到树上。)” Belina knew that Daniel wanted to say he kicked the ball on the tree, but he didn’t express it correctly. So she taught him that the correct way to say it should be, “Zuótiān wǒ bǎ qiú ...

Tina is a 6-year-old girl in New York who is preparing for her school’s Children’s Day performance recently. She is eager to show her classmates what she has learned in Chinese and wants to have a great time with her friends. So we made a video to teach her a Chinese children’s song that she can sing ...

Sara from LA reached out to us recently to find a solution for her daughter Mia’s struggles with basic pronunciation. For example, “jīdàn (鸡蛋) egg” and “zǐdàn (子弹) bullet” would be pronounced the same. As the majority of new learners do, she was creating the same sounds for the “j” as she did for the ...

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