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  1. I work at Pandanese (just know I am biased but honest ) and would like to introduce our app to Linguaholic community. Hope it will be useful for some of you who learn Chinese. So, Pandanese is a web application focused on teaching the Simplified Chinese vocabulary. It's way more common in the world both offline and online (except in Taiwan, Macau, and Hong-Kong). It uses Space Repetition System (check out Anki) to learn and review in set intervals to match the mind's natural processing speed of building memories. See pic below. We use spaced repetition with our first int
  2. Hi guys, I just want to tell you about my project which makes learning Chinese characters much more fun! You will find it here: https://www.instagram.com/chineseffect_daily/
  3. I am experimentally trying to acquire oral comprehension of Mandarin exclusively by watching 1,200 hours of videos, especially movies and children's shows, using no other methods of study. I have watched over 500 hours and made slow progress, but I am enjoying the project and plan to complete it. I write regularly about my experiment at www.mandarinexperiment.org
  4. Hey there! I'm a 20-year-old English guy and I'd like to practice any of these languages: French (Intermediate) Italian (Intermediate) Spanish (Intermediate) Portuguese (Beginner) Irish (Beginner) Mandarin (Beginner) I find it useful doing a penpal thing through emails but I'd be up for other things like Skype etc. Let me know
  5. I am Joey. Currently I am living in Sydney and this will be the second year I live in Australia. I do want to improve my verbal English skill to the next level. So it would be great if someone happens to live in Sydney as well and wants to learn mandarin. It does not matter if you are a beginner or an intermediate speaker, cos I have plenty of patience. We could talk about every aspect of life and have some fun together. If you use Wechat, add me at seegerjiang0522 . Or you can send me an email at [email protected] THX FOR YOUR ATTENTION. JOEY
  6. Hello, looking for a pen pal to help me with my Chinese writing and grammar. I would like to send short essays and have them corrected, and I would be willing to do the same for my pen pal. Of course, if you are not looking for writing and grammar help with English, I would be willing to help you with speaking as well. I would like someone who has good standard mandarin grammar. About me- I'm an American English teacher living in Beijing. I watch the news obsessively and I want to get a masters in International Relations (particularly US-China relations). I love reading, watching cartoons
  7. Anybody have tried these two exercises before? Exercise #1: Mirror Learning Pinyin will help lay the foundation for pronunciation. Chinese Pinyin consists of initial consonants (b, p, m, f, d, t, n, l, g, k, h, j, q, x, z, c, s, r, zh, ch, sh) and finals or compound vowels (a, o, e, i, u etc). How can we make sure that we are pronouncing them accurately? Watch ourself in the mirror! When we try to imitate the pronunciation of the written Pinyin, check our mouth’s appearance, along with our lip and tongue positions as we make the sounds. Here is an example of what to look for in
  8. Hey! I'm a native English speaker who's very new to German and Mandarin, and would like to find someone I can skype with regularly to practice. I also speak intermediate level Spanish, and am near fluent in French, and would love to skype with people who are fluent/native in those languages. Cheneil
  9. For anyone is thinking about having their child learn Chinese then I would highly recommend Lingobus. They specialize in Children's education ages 5-12. Lingo Bus uses the immersion method which works best for children of this age range, and conducts classes 1 on 1 online with native Chinese tutors. Likewise Lingo Bus has resources on Chinese learning at Chinese.LingoBus.com Feel free to follow us on Twitter at @lingo_bus or on Facebook for even more resources and cultural insights!
  10. Hello there! I have a question about Mandarin Chinese grammar. Which of the following sentences are acceptable: 1) 他是在公共汽车里的前面 2) 他是在公共汽车的前面里 3) 他是在公共汽车里的前面里 Also, would you be able to say something like "他是在前面的公共汽车(里)? Thanks in advance!
  11. Asian Language School will be launching Mandarin and Japanese online group training this October. Read here for the Press Release. To sign up for the course, click here for Chinese Lessons or here for Japanese Lessons. Timetable: U.S. Tuesdays 7pm EDT Australia Thursdays 7pm AEST
  12. So, I recently started learning Chinese for work. Since, I have to do it in a short time, I want to document my journey and perhaps obtain a learning framework for learning languages. Hopefully, my journey will help everyone else as well. I generally am able to learn things within 24 hours (if you count the actual hours). And so I have a bunch of techniques I use to learn things. I am not sure if they'll work for Mandarin, but I will try them nonetheless. Also, I would like to mention that speed learning is a real thing. If you want to learn the framework, look up the video or book "How to Get
  13. Hoping this post doesn't violate the ToS of this forum, I'd like to introduce you to something exclusive and available for any French speakers who desire to understand Chinese the way I do. I have been intensively learning Chinese in China for the last 5 years in order to get ready to become a CH-FR interpreter. If you are learning Chinese and want to have a text translated into French, go on this website www.fiverr.com/shyre2kin/translate-200-chinese-characters-into-french/ and do not forget to say you want to know why I translated it that way. Along with your translated file, you will g
  14. Hi all, I'd like to introduce a new app called MemoLingo. It's an addictive game but whilst playing we hope you will also learn new words in a new language. (or test out a language you vaguely know). Please give it a go and provide some feedback. We are actively looking to improve based on the responses we are getting. We think our app is less boring that the other language apps out there and are on a mission to make the most fun and effective language learning app! There are 10 language to choose from Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Russian,
  15. Recently I went through my old power points from high school and this year of college and compiled most of the Chinese sentence structures I learned into a mini book. It's only about 35 pages long but i'm selling it for 5$ if anyone is interested. I also have a ton of old power points and pdfs I'm trying to turn into one huge review, but I've been working on that for while with no end in sight. I'm on page 112 and it's not even halfway done. Sighs Link for it is here
  16. Learning Chinese requires a very good memory and hard work. When I started learning Chinese, I met new words in many situation, and the next day, once a new Chinese word showed up, and I asked a friend or teacher to explain it to me. The day after, I forgot it. Did it happen to you? Or when I went a trip in China, I met some Chinese and got some new words or phrases, but when I came back from trip, I forgot almost all the new words or phrases. Did it happen to you too? If yes, DucroZi is helpful for you. With DucroZi, if a new word shows up, you can search it and add it to your perso
  17. I had been using Duolingo app to learn French and Spanish. Recently I thought I would like to learn Mandarin. I did not know that Duolingo do not have those languages that uses special characters like Chinese, Japanese and so on. Anyone here who has an idea when they will be coming up with Chinese Mandarin or do you have a suggestion which is somewhat similar to Duolingo?
  18. Hello, my name is Andreas, my mother tongue is German and I studied English, French, Latin and Italian at highschool. I was never very good at languages but love different cultures and traveling so I started to learn them regardless. I first went to China in 2002 to study Mandarin and today run a Chinese language school (LTL Mandarin School) there and recently started to learn Spanish. Anyone who has any questions about China, learning Chinese or living in Beijing, let me know. Andreas
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