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    July 2019

    Children are natural learners, but that does not mean they are always willing to learn. Every parent who has ever tried to teach their children anything new, especially a new language, know the struggle. But, because of how important it is to start children on the path of picking up multiple languages while they are still young – it is still well worth the effort. Of course, even if learning a new language like Mandarin is not always an easy task, there are plenty of ways to make it more fun. Below, you

    To learn the Chinese language is a huge undertaking. For the reason that you’re thinking of learning a new language alone, you deserve a lot of credit. While learning a language like Chinese can make for quite a rewarding experience, especially in keeping up with an ever-competitive job market – it’s hard to deny how much we all want to learn the language as fast as possible. With that being said, we aim to shed some light on how long it takes to actually become fluent and hold a proper conversation in

    Those who are keen to learn the Chinese language in Singapore often hire a private tutor, or enrol themselves in a Chinese language course. While both of these are effective in their own respective ways, neither are nearly enough for fast and proper language mastery – especially if you don’t know how to make them work for you. To get the most out of your time and effort, below are 4 essential tips that you can apply. 1. Speak only in Chinese Whether your classroom is physical or virtual, once the classes have started, think

    Dictionaries are a nice resource to have when learning a new language. In fact, you could argue that they’re the most valuable resource to anyone trying to learn a new language, like Chinese. However, a lot of people seem to have a misconception that a dictionary is all you’ll ever need to learn a new language. That’s not true. The thing is, while useful and extremely accessible, Chinese dictionaries aren’t the only resource that you should be tapping into in order to learn the Chinese language in the fastest and most powerful manner. You