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Break Diving’s Chinese Fluency Project Where you can practice reading and writing in their live Chinese chatroom and practice speaking and listening in their regular live Chinese video conversation events. Practicing Chinese regularly is the key to mastering the language. eChineseLearning teaches you the language, but they can help you practice and make new friends at the same time! We hope to see you there! 加油！
Learn Chinese through Online Chinese Video Course eChineseOnline provides high quality Chinese instructional video courses. The video courses are arranged based on different skill levels and taught by professional Chinese teachers.
Basic Chinese Grammar (By Simmons, Richard VanNess) This is a slide show that reviews the basics of Spoken Standard Chinese Grammar. The main slides are in “gif” graphics format, which allows the Chinese examples to be viewed on any system, which is convenient for Chinese learners to learn Chinese.
Chinese Phrases for Travelers (By Touming Michiru Okuda) This site uses the Simplified Chinese characters and Pinyin to provide useful Chinese phrases for travellers. The phrases can be seen and heard so it is easy for you to learn Chinese.
Practical Chinese Reader Texts with Sound (By University of Oxford, Centre for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language) Sound recording for PCR. Reading speed is slow. Incomplete (Lesson 1-19). Good for those who just start Chinese learning.
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Chinese Learning Tools
CHINESE-TOOLS.com (By chinese-tools.com) A web site of online tools for learning Chinese. It includes converters (traditional to simplified characters or vice versa, converters between characters and Pinyin). Chinese-French and Chinese-English dictionaries are available. There are also some other links and a discussion forum.
Study in China
Chinese Schools and Programs
“We are expanding our business in China this year and being able to speak the Chinese language with a potential client or supplier is essential. The eChineseLearning classes are not only a good value but also ideal for busy professionals like us. The program really works.”
– Anthony Whitley, Manager of a manufacturing company, London, UK
Mar. 3, 2018