Sunday, February 13, 2011

Drill of Mandarin Language National Exam Package 1

Ni hao! That means "Hello!" in Mandarin Chinese. Did you know that more people speak Mandarin Chinese than any other language in the world? That's right. Even more people speak Mandarin than English.
Mandarin Chinese is a beautiful language. It's one of the most sought-after languages to learn in the world. Why? Because it's hard to learn just by listening.
Unlike Spanish and French, which largely use the English alphabet as the source of their letters, Mandarin Chinese requires a whole new alphabet filled with thousands of pictographs, or picture-words. Even Asian people find this alphabet hard to learn!
So if you want to learn Mandarin Chinese, what do you do? Well, you've got a couple of options.

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1. Take a six-week class at a local community college. You might learn from a teacher who has never been to China or isn't a native Chinese speaker.
2. Pick up a book from your local Barnes and Noble or Borders. You might learn the picture alphabet, and you might learn how to spell a few of the transliterated words, but you certainly won't pick up the accent you need to pronounce your words correctly.
3. Rent some learning language CD's from your local library. They might be scratched up and dinged so they don't play in the player of your car, and they might be missing several pages from that handy-dandy study guide.
4. Visit China yourself and immerse yourself in the language for two months. That would be really cool, but very few people can afford this, especially in a bad economy.
Do any of these options sound like a good idea? Because none of these will successfully teach you Mandarin Chinese!
You'll only learn bits and pieces - but never the accent, the alphabet, AND the language!
That's why I bought a learn Mandarin Chinese program. It's so, so, SO much easier to learn from real, native Mandarin Chinese speakers who have a clue what they're talking about.
I tried taking a learning language class at a community college one time. Sure, it was fun, but I had to make a weekly commitment to drive there - at night, no less. It was far from convenient.
I can follow along in the study guide if I need to and take notes at my own pace.
Doesn't that sound like a much better option? You bet it does!


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