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Switching from Latin alphabet or other phonogram languages to Chinese can be intimidating and frustrating. This prerequisite course breaks down all basic characteristics of Chinese language, ensuring you have a solid foundation to be a competent speaker in a business environment.
Learners will focus on five essential characteristics of Mandarin Chinese: tones, pinyin, grammar, characters, and basic structures. Furthermore, learner will also have greater insight into Chinese culture with sssential and practical communication skills after this course.
Mandarin Chinese Level 1 will introduce you to the basic language skills you will need to eat, live, and get around in Mandarin speaking countries, building your confidence to communicate effectively with colleagues, clients and friends in Chinese.
In this course, you will learn extensive vocabulary for describing people and objects, making comparisons, and stating your own perspectives by using complex and varied sentence structures.
Learners will focus on tones and intonation with designed practices and learn to build dialogues in a business environment. After this Mandarin Chinese language course, you will be able to communicate in Mandarin speaking countries without difficulties.
Drawing from the skills you developed in previous courses in this series, you will learn how to address yourself more properly in different business circumstances.
In Mandarin Chinese Level 3, you will advance your Mandarin Chinese with extensive vocabulary and complex sentence structures based on dynamic business scenarios.
You will not only learn to respond correctly but also to deliver your point of view and convey a clear idea in Mandarin Chinese.
Take the next step in learning Mandarin Chinese and expand your language skills so you can effectively communicate in Chinese business.
In this language training course, you will learn common phrases and scenarios of business and negotiation in Chinese speaking countries. You will also learn about Chinese business culture and etiquette and the needs of businessmen and women.