Re: Learning Chinese Mandarin
Posted 12 Apr 2011 05:50
What do you want to learn Chinese for?
This depends on whether you are learning to make conversations and for a time only, then you can go for crash courses, on the colloquial form of the Chinese language. If your base language is English, then you can learn the Romanised writing of Chinese called the Hanyu Pinyin
. The only way to learn a language is by vocalization, you have to learn to speak it, the vowels, consonants, pre-fix and suffixes and idioms. You can learn from your home through on-line courses, with Skypt or MSN nowadays it is not difficult. but you need to learn from native speaking teachers. For conversational level, you need about 3 to 6 months to be able to communicate in Chinese.
If you are learning the writings and for business communicaiton, law or for the translator for technical matters, this needs a rather comprehensive course on the language itself. There are many institutions of both private and Government to teach languages, and you can do your own research for the Chinese language. It is not necessary for you to learn it in mainland China, there are many schools outside of the mainland, in places like Singapore, Australia or Taiwan where there are good Chinese language schools up to BA and MA levels. It will take 3 years to master the language and be able to converse fluently with it.
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