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Answered on 03/05/2017 Language/Foreign Language/Chinese Language

Nidhi S.

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You can always take assistance from various job portal showing good information about Chinese Language Specialist. I would suggest to have a look at UrbanPro website as well where relatively ample opportunities for same profile are posted everyday. I hope this answers your question. Have a good day... read more
You can always take assistance from various job portal showing good information about Chinese Language Specialist. I would suggest to have a look at UrbanPro website as well where relatively ample opportunities for same profile are posted everyday. I hope this answers your question. Have a good day ! Thanks Nidhi read less
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Lesson Posted on 06/03/2017 Language/Foreign Language/Chinese Language

Why we need to learn Pinyin in Chinese Language

Manisha W.

I've been providing Corporate Training in Chinese and working as a Freelance Chinese news Translator...

You need pinyin to look up words in the dictionary. If you hear Chinese words and phrases in everyday speech and you would like to look it up, then you need to know the hanyu pinyin equivalent. Digital Chinese input is best done through pinyin. Young Chinese people are forgetting how to write Chinese... read more
  1. You need pinyin to look up words in the dictionary. If you hear Chinese words and phrases in everyday speech and you would like to look it up, then you need to know the hanyu pinyin equivalent. 
  2. Digital Chinese input is best done through pinyin. Young Chinese people are forgetting how to write Chinese characters because Chinese input is fastest through pinyin.
  3. Learning hanyu pinyin gives you a broader framework for learning Chinese.  Pinyin encompasses all of the potential sounds that can be made in Mandarin Chinese. This is immensely powerful and empowering. It gives you a sense of the lay of the land. Basically, having a “name” for the different sounds is very useful. Imagine learning to paint without having names for different colors?
  4. Learning pinyin builds confidence. When you first start learning Chinese, the sheer information overload can be very discouraging and disorienting. By showing you all of the potential sounds in Chinese, it gives you the sense that Mandarin Chinese is not infinite, and hence manageable. After you learn pinyin, all Chinese words begin to have more context.
  5. Learning pinyin improves listening comprehension. When you are able to distinguish the pinyin sounds, that means you’re listening with precision.
  6. Learning pinyin improves your pronunciation. Pinyin is intimately linked to pronunciation.People who are unable to identify the pinyin for a word, are usually unable to pronounce it effectively. Which makes a lot of sense if you think about it. How are you going to actively recall something, if you’re unable to passively identify it?
  7. Failure to learn pinyin creates a long-term “debt” which taxes your Chinese learning progress. Pinyin is a useful tool that advanced learners can always rely on. Whether it’s looking up a word, or jotting something down quickly to review later, capturing Chinese words in pinyin is an essential shortcut. Why would you deprive yourself of it?
  8. Failure to master pinyin puts a ceiling on your potential. No matter how big your vocabulary gets, it won’t matter. Without mastering pinyin, you will confuse similar sounding Chinese words (with drastically different meanings). And even if you know what you want to say, you might still not be able to pronounce it accurately. Fluency means selecting and deploying words with precision.

 

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Lesson Posted on 18/11/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Chinese Language

Saying 'Hello' in Chinese.

Yellow

YRCA s mission is to make Mandarin learning easy and affordable to all. It offers a variety of courses...

N? H?o is the greeting 'hello' in Mandarin Chinese. This literally means 'You well'. However, when you greet someone formally or greet an elder person or someone you respect such as a teacher, you should say Nín h?o.N? and Nín are the pronoun 'you' without and with respect respectively.... read more

N? H?o is the greeting 'hello' in Mandarin Chinese. This literally means 'You well'. However, when you greet someone formally or greet an elder person or someone you respect such as a teacher, you should say Nín h?o.N? and Nín are the pronoun 'you' without and with respect respectively. 

This way of writing Chinese words using English is called the Pinyin system of Romanisation. The strange marks above the words are tone marks. Mandarin is a tonal language and every syllable has one of the 5 tones prevelant in the language. 

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Answered on 18/11/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Chinese Language

Manisha W.

Certified Corporate Trainer In Chinese Language

There is no best way to learn any language. It depends on what suits your learning ability. For some listening and practicing helps, for others reading works. TV or radio or movies could be a boost too but all you need to do is get into the entry level learning first.
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Deepa K.

Teacher/Trainer

There should be a balance between the two. Listening is equally important as reading. Reading gives you insight of the theory, enhances your vocabulary and keeps you aware of the Grammar of that language whereas listening or watching videos enhances the practical use of that language. Every language... read more
There should be a balance between the two. Listening is equally important as reading. Reading gives you insight of the theory, enhances your vocabulary and keeps you aware of the Grammar of that language whereas listening or watching videos enhances the practical use of that language. Every language has a particular accent and tone and to learn those accent and tone, one must be exposed to audio-visual media. read less
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International Language Learning -Talk to yourself.

Anjali M.

I am having 8 years of training as NIIT Corporate Trainer, developed many projects on .net, website...

When learning a foreign language, it is common for listening skills to develop more rapidly than speaking skills, leaving the learner in the unfortunate situation of being able to understand, but unable to respond. A good way to surmount this problem is to talk to yourself as much as possible. Because... read more

When learning a foreign language, it is common for listening skills to develop more rapidly than speaking skills, leaving the learner in the unfortunate situation of being able to understand, but unable to respond. A good way to surmount this problem is to talk to yourself as much as possible. Because there is no one else around, you won't be weighed down by the inhibition that so frequently burdens the beginning language student.

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Answered on 04/11/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Chinese Language

Li Ya

Chinese Native Speaker

It depends on what level you want to achieve and how hard you study. If you work hard enough and are exposed to native circumstance, you can speak simple Chines even with one month. practice and devotion accounts a lot in language learning.
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Answered on 10/10/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Chinese Language

Vzone Academy

2500 characters in 5 years , ability to read newspaper , at Vzone Academy, Malad w, Mumbai. hsk6 levels and translation 12 levels.
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Answered on 07/09/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Chinese Language

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Its around 7500 for full course from A1 level to B2 level with 1 year duration
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Answered on 19/12/2015 Language/Foreign Language/Chinese Language

Sonia G.

Chinese Language Instructor

Chinese language does not have alphabets; instead have characters. Chinese language have more than 20,000 characters however one must know 3000-4000 characters for everyday use. Hope this information is useful
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