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Vinay 28 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

What are the typical mistakes made by a Chinese language learner?

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Rishabh Gupta replied | 04 Jul

the words in chinese at times sounds similar and same is the case with the characters which looks identical (which is not really the same ). we , infact all students in the begining make the same mistake of using wrong word at the wrong place

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Han You Chinese replied | 11 Sep

ignoring tones is common mistake by Language Learners!! must go for Natives Teachers to Learn the same!!

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Rakshada 28 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

How can I master Chinese language quickly?

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Sumit replied | 28 Apr

You have to focus and practice as much as you can

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Han You Chinese replied | 11 Sep

Chinese is completely different from English so no quick or short cuts for learning Chinese... In speaking you need to use proper tones and writing proper stroke pattern.. merely by remembering chinese vocabulary will not help at all!!

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Hema 27 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

How long will it take to learn the basics of Chinese language?

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Jim Sharma replied | 14 Jul

It depends on your language proficiency but it takes min 3 months to speak basic Chinese if you take 2-3 classes per week and practice everyday 1 hour. The most critical part of Chinese language is pronunciation as 95% people who learn Mandarin from foreign classes cant speak in correct pronunciation. I always recommend to learn it from Indian origin as he/she can explain you the...  more»
It depends on your language proficiency but it takes min 3 months to speak basic Chinese if you take 2-3 classes per week and practice everyday 1 hour. The most critical part of Chinese language is pronunciation as 95% people who learn Mandarin from foreign classes cant speak in correct pronunciation. I always recommend to learn it from Indian origin as he/she can explain you the pronunciation in Hindi. Good Luck. ( PS- I am providing personal/professional Mandarin speaking classes ) «less

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Pradnya replied | 20 Jul

Its all depends upon your capability and will power for learning new languages. Generally it will take 06 months to complete the basics of Chinese like Greetings, months, day to day conversations, directions, weather, etc. along with their Chinese characters.

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Sainath 27 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

What materials are needed for online Chinese language classes?

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Adele replied | 12 Jul

A proper website for teaching is more important it should include white board access too. The study materials will be be xeroxed and send to the clients. Books will be depending on what courses you take.

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Han You Chinese replied | 11 Sep

Two way communication in chinese is must.. so self study is wrong way to learn chinese!! Once you complete your basics with Native Tutor either online or at any language center... then you can proceed with another methods of learning!! basic learning will help you to choose wisely!!

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Keerthiga 27 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

What are the benefits of online Chinese classes?

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Bhashaprofs replied | 06 Jul

Hi Keerhiga,

China is emerging rapidly from a long period of stagnation/slumbering to its place as one of the great powers of the world today. China s economy currently stands the second largest in the world and continues to grow at an amazing pace. Learning to speak Mandarin Chinese is a great way to take advantage of this huge economic shift and opportunities, to give...  more»
Hi Keerhiga,

China is emerging rapidly from a long period of stagnation/slumbering to its place as one of the great powers of the world today. China’s economy currently stands the second largest in the world and continues to grow at an amazing pace. Learning to speak Mandarin Chinese is a great way to take advantage of this huge economic shift and opportunities, to give oneself and one’s children an advantage in the increasingly competitive business world.

If you have any question about learning Chinese, welcome to http://www.bhashaprofs.com, it is the biggest web based platform to learn mandarin - Chinese language.

You can learn Chinese language from our online portal http://www.bhashaprofs.com wherein detailed classroom recordings (end to end) are being available for buying out.

Most important thing is that, our courses are designed exactly as per international certification curriculum, hence you can also prepare for Chinese Language certification too side by side.

Also, our lectures are designed very systematically both in Hindi and english mediums...so that you will better understand Chinese.

As the lectures are hosted online, you can watch the videos anytime as per your suitability.

Best Regards
Team Bhashaprofs «less

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Samadhan 27 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

Like English, are there any tenses in Chinese language?

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Manisha replied | 27 Apr

Yes there are tenses but not as difficult and complex as European languages.

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Taranum 27 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

Is Chinese a popular language in Asian countries?

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Manisha replied | 27 Apr

It is the most demanded language in times now. China is not only a growing economy along with India but also the trade value between these two nations is huge. All these companies and traders, logistics require Chinese language experts to deal with their Chinese counterparts. You not only get job in India but also in China at good packages.

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Subhash 26 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

What is the cost for Chinese home tuitions?

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Mohit 26 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

Is it possible for me to learn Chinese language myself?

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Advm 26 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

Where did Chinese language originated?

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Latha 26 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

How many alphabets are there in Chinese language?

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Sakthivel 26 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

What are the benefits of learning Chinese language?

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Neeraj 25 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

How to say 'Hello' in Chinese?

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Rakesh 25 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

What are the easy ways to remember Chinese words?

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Mukund 25 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

What are various job opportunities after learning Chinese language?

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Kaberi 25 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

Is Chinese a globally accepted language?

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Nemai 25 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

What is the cost for online Chinese classes?

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Srinivasan 24 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

Is Chinese language similar to Japanese language?

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Lingua replied | 22 May

Hi Srinivasan,
Many people get confused by the fact that Japanese is partially written using Chinese characters (kanji in Japanese). It should be noted that what writing system a language uses doesn't have any bearing on whether a language is related to another. Hundreds upon hundreds of languages use the Latin alphabet, but not all of those languages are related to Latin....  more»
Hi Srinivasan,
Many people get confused by the fact that Japanese is partially written using Chinese characters (kanji in Japanese). It should be noted that what writing system a language uses doesn't have any bearing on whether a language is related to another. Hundreds upon hundreds of languages use the Latin alphabet, but not all of those languages are related to Latin. You can also note that a literate Chinese speaker would not be able to read Japanese very easily -- many of the characters have changed their meaning in Japanese, and the syntax and morphology of Japanese are still totally different from Chinese. «less

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Raveena replied | 23 May

No, both languages are very different. Japanese script and Chinese script also have various differences, like Japanese is written from left to right n Chinese is written from top to bottom.
Just like Sanskrit is different from Hindi or German is different from French.
They may sound a like.....but they are extremely different.

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Abinaya 24 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

What is important between Chinese grammar and vocabulary?

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Sakshee replied | 07 May

Grammer generally do not play major role as in english we have very less portion when it comes to grammer vocab is the think u need focus with.

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J.k.kavyadharshini 24 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

Are there any special certification courses available for Chinese language?

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Rishav 24 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

What all things you should keep in mind while translating Chinese language to English?

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Tejas 24 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

How to translate from Chinese to Japanese?

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Naveeen 23 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

Name some Chinese language courses?

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Jayanti replied | 23 Apr

Major varieties of Chinese include:
P?t?nghu (Mandarin) Mandarin (p?t?nghu /hu y?/gu y?)
Mandarin is spoken by possibly more people than any other language: over 1.3 billion. It is the main language of government, the media and education in China and Taiwan, and one of the four official languages in Singapore.
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Major varieties of Chinese include:
P?t?nghuà (Mandarin) Mandarin (p?t?nghuà/huáy?/guóy?)
Mandarin is spoken by possibly more people than any other language: over 1.3 billion. It is the main language of government, the media and education in China and Taiwan, and one of the four official languages in Singapore.
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Wú Wúy?
Wú is spoken in Zhejiang and Jiangsu provinces and in Shanghai and Hong Kong by about 90 million people. Major dialects of Wu include Shanghainese and Suzhou.
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Yuè (Cantonese) Cantonese (gwóngdùngwá/yuhtyúh)
Cantonese is spoken by about 70 million people in Guangdong and Guangxi provinces and Hainan island in China, and also in Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia and many other countries
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M?n Nán (Southern Min) mínnánhuà (bân-lâm-oe)
M?n Nán is in the south of Fujian province, Guangdong province, southern Hainan Island, in the south of Zhejiang and Jiangxi provinces, and also in Taiwan, Singapore and many other countries.
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Jìny? jìny?/sh?nx?huà
Jinyu is spoken mainly in Shanxi province and also in Shanxi and Henan provinces by about 45 million people. It used to be considered as a dialect of Mandarin, but is now thought to be a separate variety of Chinese.

Hakka hak ga va (kèji?huà)
Hakka is spoken in south eastern China, parts of Taiwan and in the New Territories of Hong Kong. There are also significant communities of Hakka speakers in such countries as the USA, French Guiana, Mauritius and the UK.
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Xi?ng (Hunanese) xi?ngy?/húnánhuà
Xiang (Hunanese) is spoken by about 25 million people in China, mainly in Hunan province, and also in Sichuan, Guangxi and Guangdong provinces.
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Gàn gàny?/ji?ngx?huà
Gan is spoken by about 20.5 million people in Jiangxi province and in parts of Hubei, Anhui, Hunan and Fujian provinces.
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Mín B?i (Northern Min) mínb?ihuà
Mín B?i has about 10.3 million speakers mainly in Northern Fujian Province and Singapore. Mín is the Classical Chinese name for Fujian province and B?i means 'north' or 'northern'.

Mín D?ng (Eastern Min) mínd?nghuà
Mín D?ng is spoken mainly in east central Fujian Province and also in Brunei, Indonesia (Java and Bali), Malaysia (Peninsular), Singapore, Thailand. The approximate number of native speakers is 9.5 million.

Mín Zh?ng (Central Min) mínzh?nghuà
Mín Zh?ng is spoken mainly in central Fujian Province by about 3.1 million people.

Dungan (?????? ????)
Dungan is spoken by the Muslim Hui people in China, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. There are approximately 50,000 speakers. Dungan is the only variety of Chinese not with Chinese characters. Instead it is written with the Cyrillic alphabet.
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P?-Xián p?xiánhuà
P?-Xián is spoken by about 2.6 million people mainly in east central Fujian Province, and and also in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and the USA.

Hu?zh?u hu?zh?uhuà
Hu?zh?u is spoken in southern Anhui and northern Zhejiang provinces. It used to be considered as a dialect of Mandarin, but is now thought to be a separate variety of Chinese. «less

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Pradnya replied | 20 Jul

You can study Chinese from any institute or any individuals. The course may take 45 hours of total session or 60 - 80 hours of session. After completion of Session you have to appear for HSK exam. Which is a standard examination for Chinese Language conducted by China.

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Rakesh 23 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

Which is the major part in Chinese Language?

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Jayanti replied | 23 Apr

pronunciation and tones

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Jayanti replied | 23 Apr

Hello Rakesh
The Major parts are Pronunciation tones strokes of scripts .

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Uma 23 Apr in  Chinese Language classes

What all things should I keep in mind while selecting a Chinese language teacher?

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