Languages apart from english in which classes are conducted:
2nd Floor, Atre House,
Above Gandharva Restaurant
Shivaji Nagar, Pune, India- 411005. .
posted on 15 Feb, 2016
"Nin Hao I am glad I could be part of these learning sessions. Aditi is a wonderful coach not just in teaching Mandarin but also in introducing the Chinese culture. The fearful curiosity of the Chinese characters turned out to be very friendly and interesting learning journey, all credits to Aditi. Xie Xie "
posted on 15 Feb, 2016
"Ms Aditi, understands the psyhe of the student and accordingly adjust her style of teaching to that student .. This capability and capacity , is very rare to find in todays professionals. I highly recommend to anybody who is new to chinese language, or intend to improvise the language, nothing best than Oriental Dialogue. You will be surprised by her welcoming attitude !!! Go ahead !! "
attended Chinese Level 1 in Aug,2014
posted on 14 Nov, 2014
"Being a new language initially I had a fear but the way it was introduced by Aditi Mam with the various tools and techniques like flash cards, powerpoints, etc. it was made considerably simple. Now I do not have a fear and I thoroughly love the language. Aditi mam puts a lot of individual efforts to teach the students and ensures that the student grasps the same .Also the Hanzi characters is made simple by teaching the strokes in a sequence .Mam also goes through various videos and Chinese language clips so that the students can understand the accent and learn to talk the language . I thoroughly recommend the The Oriental dialogue for all the Chinese language lovers All the best Deepak Sharma "
attended Chinese Level 1 in Jan,2014
posted on 12 Nov, 2014
"Learning Mandarin (Chinese) with Lao Shi Aditi Kothekar was a fun-filled educational experience. Her explanations are easy to follow and the classes are enjoyable, and yet we were able to learn a lot. It is a fallacy that Mandarin is a really hard language, a misconception created by the look of the script (Hanzis). Ma'am Aditi demonstrated to us that it is actually a very basic language that can be easily learned by anybody who knows any Indian language (thanks to the similar structure). We also received a lot of knowledge about the culture and lifestyle in the great country China, thanks in no small part to Ma'am Aditi's personal experiences of learning Chinese in China. I recommend "The Oriental Dialogue" to everybody who has an interest in learning the language of the future: Chinese. "
"What is the best way to learn Chinese language" in Chinese Language classes
Start learning to speak, and then learn the characters one by one. Start making sentences with characters and practice the sentences many times, rather than writing the same character a hundred times.