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June 2018

The word fluency has different meanings for different learners and it completely depends on their objective to learn the chinese language. For the basic level learners, gaining fluency is all about learning some basic terms while for the advanced learners, it’s more about gaining fluency in speaking and writing, just like a native Chinese speaker. Fluency is usually a combination of a variety of skills and there are quite a few interesting ways to practice and attain fluency in Mandarin. Some skills are obvious, which you’re already aware of but have

It’s quite surprising to learn that childhood is probably the best time to learn a new language. Well, you must encourage your child to learn a new language besides their mother tongue, because it will eventually benefit your child’s mental development. You can opt to enrol your child in a Chinese language course, to learn the Chinese language in Singapore. Most kids begin learning a second language as early as 3 years old and they tend to benefit tremendously from it. Learning a new language helps develop their linguistic and

You probably don't know this, but everything around you will be translated if it already hasn't been. For example, that German car's manual wasn't originally written in English. So was that book you were reading if you were reading it in a language other than English. From subtitles to dubbings to your phone's manual, everything in this world gets translated at one point or another. This is why as globalisation becomes more mainstream, taking up a Chinese language course, or any other language for that matter, to pursue a career

The secret is out. More and more parents are starting to think forward and see the benefits of having their children learn the language of the most populous country in the world, who also has the second-largest economy. From private schools offering a Chinese language course to enrolling their children in overseas immersion programs, private tutors, and so on, the option to have toddlers learn the Chinese language is growing day by day and it's showing no signs of stopping. Then again, you can't blame the market for trying to keep up with