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Chinese Learning Methods

eChineseLearning aims to help students who come from all sorts of backgrounds and are looking to achieve different goals. It doesn’t matter if you’re a business person looking to learn how to effectively communicate in Chinese, a teenager or child just beginning your learning journey, or an HSK student wanting to prepare for the HSK, our experienced teachers are here to help you learn the most applicable and effective methods of studying Chinese. We tackle Chinese learning from listening, speaking, reading, and writing, as well as provide real-life scenarios so that students know how to succeed in their studies.

Vocabulary plays an important role in learning new languages and Chinese is no exception. Of course, attending a regular course is essential but it may not be enough. Everybody has a different learning style, as well. Here are 6 smart ways to quickly improve your Chinese vocabulary based on your learning style.
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I get asked all the time by prospective students, new students, or even seasoned students–“How do I improve my spoken Chinese?” And not only do they want to know the answer to that question, they also want to know: “How can I do it fast?”
Often if you are a Westerner learning Chinese, you are not ...

In a recent lesson, I shared with you some of my classroom tips for practicing your Mandarin Chinese pronunciation. In today’s lesson, I will do the same, but with another essential aspect of the Chinese language, the enriching act of writing Chinese characters. Usually, learners begin with learning pinyin, then move to reading and recognizing ...

Although our students enjoy private, personalized 1-to-1 Chinese classes, each individual student is not alone in being part of the eChineseLearning team. We have a team of teachers from around China and an alumni of tens of thousands of students from over 100 countries (and growing!). Our students range from 3 up to 86 years ...

1. About Learning Mandarin Chinese
Mandarin Chinese is the official language of Mainland China and Taiwan. There are many versions of Chinese spoken throughout China; including Cantonese (spoken in Guangdong province), the Beijing dialect and the Shanghai dialect; but Mandarin Chinese is most common dialect spoken by Chinese people from all areas.
Mandarin Chinese is known as ...

When my Mandarin Chinese students come to China and study in our program, they often think that the stressful, high-pressure days of test-taking are behind them. Not quite!
Mandarin Chinese students have goals to set and reach just as junior high and high school students do. Although in class we focus on speaking and communicating orally, ...

If you’re interested in learning Chinese, I strongly suggest you work with a qualified teacher. A teacher will be able to help you make the most of your studies in a way that studying on your own is hard to imitate. And since going to China isn’t realistic for everyone, you can simulate a Chinese ...

When learning Chinese, especially when you are not in China, you need a method to help you make the Chinese stick. One way to do that is to make Chinese feel like it is essential to your every day life, as it would be in China. Here are some fun ways you can make Chinese ...

There’s no doubt about it, learning any language requires a commitment of time and effort, even more so when there’s a great difference between one’s native language and the new one. Here are some suggestions and on-line materials to maximum your effectiveness, minimize the time spent, and make learning Chinese easier.Relate new information to material ...

Free Chinese Learning Tips—Where to Start?
Where does one start when learning Chinese? Chinese pinyin should be the first step. Pinyin uses the English alphabet to represent Chinese syllables. The earlier you start learning Chinese Pinyin, the easier it will be to grasp the correct pronunciation of Chinese words.

Free Tips on Mastering Chinese Tones:
Chinese tones are ...

Chinese Pinyin is a Roman-letter based system that China now uses to mark the pronunciation of Chinese characters. With four tones and pinyin, any Chinese characters can be pronounced precisely. In many cases, Pinyin is quite intuitive to English speakers with only a few exceptions. However, it can be a twist to render ...

How to learn Chinese online

The topic about how to learn Chinese becomes more and more popular now. Over the years, the only way people could take live Chinese lessons is by meeting teachers face to face, either in language learning centers or at a physical location. It usually takes a lot of effort and energy ...

When learning a new language there are literally hundreds of things you can do wrong. With a good teacher you can learn how to overcome your difficulties. Everyone makes many mistakes but some mistakes are more common than others. Here is a list of some of the easiest mistakes to make when trying to master ...

The importance of learning Chinese writing

Nowadays more and more people are beginning to learn Chinese. For the most part, they are only focusing on learning how to speak Chinese. But concerning using this language, they also need to learn Chinese writing. Writing can reflect a writer’s power of thought and language organization skills. It is critical ...

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