Help with Mandarin needed

Discussions on Mandarin Chinese. Do not post requests for translations or advertise couses in this forum.

Re: Help with Mandarin needed

Post by Indra » Wed Feb 18, 2004 11:32 pm

Hi, I cannot help you with your lessons since I am also a beginner, but you can use my online dictionary: this is also for my new site promotion :) :)


Re: Help with Mandarin needed

Post by Tonya » Sat Oct 23, 2004 10:56 am

Hi I have just spent 2.5 years in outback china and have tought myself some basic chinese. I have since returned to oz and are very interested in continuing my mandarin


Re: Help with Mandarin needed

Post by Roman » Sun Oct 24, 2004 10:07 pm


i am really enjoying learning French, Chinese, Korean, and a little bit of Russian.

I am intrigued by the different sounds that these languages produce. I already know spanish (i am hispanic) and i figured why not keep learning other language.

ni hao, wo jiao roman , wo shi mo xi ge ren kehi wo zai xue zhongwen.
wo ershiliu sui.

zai hui...
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Re: Help with Mandarin needed

Post by amynz » Thu Oct 28, 2004 4:24 pm

You could apply for a mandarin language school. There are some mandarin schools in shanghai. You should learn Mandarin from the professional teachers. As we all know mandarin is not a easy language to learn. By the way I am not advisting anything here. You could think about it. All your chinese friends might not be the professional chinese teachers. They can speak chinese but it doesnt mean they could teach you.

Thank you.

Re: Help with Mandarin needed

Post by brian » Tue Nov 02, 2004 5:01 am

Hi, I saw your message and Im also chinese but grew up in the Philippines. Actually I can help you because I have a private tutor who charges 150rmb an hour but very good in teaching. Listening and comprehension skills magaling di tulad ng iba. If your interested my cell number is 13023108870ahia wrote:

> I'm pure chinese but i grew up in the philippines. I don't know
> much about mandarin. Can you help me? And I want to teach my
> liitle sister vanessa too.