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https://apps.apple.com/us/app/jtc-chinese-learning/id1474067517

The most difficult part of Chinese as a studying goal - pronunciation! Chinese counts 4 different tones! If you pronounce one of them inccorect you will change the meaning of the word dramatically!

That’s why JTC offers you a speech recognition tuner which allows you to check your pronunciation skills not only during the lesson but also in our interactive vocabulary and unique pinyin table which allows you to practice every existing syllable in Chinese using all 4 tones!

Besides pronunciation JTC offers you interactive lessons, learning cartoons, games for words learning and a glimpse of a Chinese culture!

After each successful finished lesson student can get a part of a story with our JTC guide - Sun Wu Kong!

There are a lot of extra features you can find in JTC to  learn Chinese and China culture in easy and efficient way!

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/jtc-chinese-learning/id1474067517

We wish you good luck in your Journey to Chinese!

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On 2019/9/27 at AM12点43分, JTC said:

The most difficult part of Chinese as a studying goal - pronunciation! Chinese counts 4 different tones! If you pronounce one of them inccorect you will change the meaning of the word dramatically!

That’s why JTC offers you a speech recognition tuner which allows you to check your pronunciation skills not only during the lesson but also in our interactive vocabulary and unique pinyin table which allows you to practice every existing syllable in Chinese using all 4 tones!

Besides pronunciation JTC offers you interactive lessons, learning cartoons, games for words learning and a glimpse of a Chinese culture!

After each successful finished lesson student can get a part of a story with our JTC guide - Sun Wu Kong!

There are a lot of extra features you can find in JTC to  learn Chinese and China culture in easy and efficient way!

Greeting from China. If you find pronuncing the 4 tones of Mandarin a great challenging, you should feel luck that you are not learning Cantonese, which has a hell of 6 (some said 9) different tones. Check the difference between the Mandarin & Cantonese

But enjoy the learning process! ;)

 

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