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FREE Mandarin Demo lesson--- Ordering in the restaurant

Started May 14, 2015 0 Replies

Time: 10:00am on May 15th, Beijing timeTopic: Ordering in the restaurant in MandarinMax: 50 peopleSkype: beckyhuang1984Traveling Mandarin course is designed for Mandarin beginners who want to travel…Continue

 

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Pascal V liked Becky huang's blog post What makes the Chinese structure different from English? (1)
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FREE Mandarin Demo lesson--- Ordering in the restaurant

Time: 10:00am on May 15th, Beijing timeTopic: Ordering in the restaurant in MandarinMax: 50 peopleSkype: beckyhuang1984Traveling Mandarin course is designed for Mandarin beginners who want to travel to China but without any sense of the Mandarin language and Chinese culture. This course package includes 60 course hours, covering 12 topics that you must know if you want to stay in China, like greeting, shopping, getting directions and ordering in the restaurant.Learning a little bit Mandarin…See More
May 14, 2015
Jim Wu replied to Becky huang's discussion What do you think is the most interesting Chinese character? 你觉得哪一个汉字最有意思?
"囧,楼主说得很对。只看标题,我就想到了这个字。"
May 1, 2015
Michael Brennan commented on Becky huang's blog post What makes the Chinese structure different from English? (1)
"你好Becky, 这一课可有挑战性,可是,我喜欢挑战性自己。谢谢你。"
May 1, 2015
Michael Brennan liked Becky huang's blog post What makes the Chinese structure different from English? (1)
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What makes the Chinese structure different from English? (1)

Complement is a typical element in Chinese language. It usually goes after a verb or an adjective to describe the result, degree, direction, possibility, state, quantity or duration of an action.My second secret focuses on the COMPLEMENT OF DURATION, which indicates how long an action or a state lasts. For example:I slept for six…See More
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马 茉莉 replied to Becky huang's discussion What do you think is the most interesting Chinese character? 你觉得哪一个汉字最有意思?
"i think you'd better say that is this way : 你 觉得 哪 个 汉子 是 真有意思? 这不过是我的意见 , 不一定 对! :)"
Apr 16, 2015
zuojia liked Becky huang's discussion What do you think is the most interesting Chinese character? 你觉得哪一个汉字最有意思?
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What makes the Chinese structure different from English? (1)

Complement is a typical element in Chinese language. It usually goes after a verb or an adjective to describe the result, degree, direction, possibility, state, quantity or duration of an action.My second secret focuses on the COMPLEMENT OF DURATION, which indicates how long an action or a state lasts. For example:I slept for six…See More
Apr 8, 2015
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你觉得哪一个汉字最有意思?

What do you think is the most interesting Chinese character?我觉得“囧jiǒng”字特别有意思。这是一个从2008年开始流行于中国网上的汉字,它是一个新的象形汉字,所以我们在字典里找不到这个字。它的意思是““郁闷悲伤、…See More
Apr 7, 2015
Michael Brennan left a comment for Becky huang
"你好 Becky, 是,我七年前 去了桂林。 我在中国住大概三年了。哪里哪里,我的中文马马虎虎,可是,谢谢 !"
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Dave Gilstrap liked Becky huang's blog post Ten Secrets to Improving Your Mandarin Skills
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"Hello Becky ! Thanks for inviting me to be your "Study more Chinese Friend" :)  The sentence structures you posted are great. "
Apr 3, 2015

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I am an accomplished Mandarin teacher with over 4 years experience teaching Chinese to English speakers. I am able to apply diverse teaching techniques based on preferred learning styles. Many of my students passed HSK4 and HSK5 with high scores.

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What makes the Chinese structure different from English? (1)

Posted on April 7, 2015 at 12:00pm 1 Comment

Complement is a typical element in Chinese language. It usually goes after a verb or an adjective to describe the result, degree, direction, possibility,…

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Ten Secrets to Improving Your Mandarin Skills

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Without a good foundation, a building will collapse quickly. When it comes to learning a language, a good knowledge of sentence structure is the foundation.

After having taught hundreds of students from all over the world during the last couple of years, I realized that many students struggle with learning the…

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At 10:36am on April 4, 2015, Michael Brennan said…

你好 Becky,

是,我七年前 去了桂林。
我在中国住大概三年了。哪里哪里,我的中文马马虎虎,可是,谢谢 !

At 9:35pm on April 3, 2015, Dave Gilstrap said…

Hello Becky ! Thanks for inviting me to be your "Study more Chinese Friend" :)  The sentence structures you posted are great. 

At 11:19am on April 3, 2015, Eduardo Tzili Apango said…
你好 Becky 老师, 你好吗? :)
At 9:05am on April 3, 2015, Michael Brennan said…

I really liked your post here, very clear and helpful.
我最喜欢桂林,因为那里有山有水, 还有那烈的环境非常非常好。

 
 
 

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