ITT – About one-fifth of world population use Chinese as their main language. Thanks to the fascination of China’s language, cultural heritage and strong economy, Chinese becomes one of the most popular languages in the world.
Learning Chinese has some difficulties:
- There are 214Kangxi radicals forming a system of radicals of Chinese logogram characters which are very complicated and hard to learn.
- Chinese has two forms which are traditional and simplified forms. They both have many rules of writing and grammar.
- Some syllables in Chinese are difficult to pronounce such as z, c, s, zh, ch, sh or j, q and x.
- Chinese has only four tones but it is not easy to pronounce these tones correctly. The tones are marked from one to four and they have different pitches and rules of usage.
Therefore, finding the appropriate Chinese learning method is necessary.
- Learn the standard Chinese phonetic alphabet and practice pronunciation every day.
- Practice speaking Chinese for different situations from basic to advanced level
- Try not to translate in your head and start thinking directly in Chinese when communicating with other people.
- Learning Mandarin is preferable because it is the most popular dialect among the Chinese speakers.
- Listen from simple sentences to complicated paragraphs
- For beginners, it is essential to learn by heart important and common Chinese characters and the rules for making words before learning how to write.
In Chinese language course, learners will be equipped with the following knowledge and skills:
- Analyze features of Chinese language to have an overview about basic Chinese.
- Practice speaking Chinese with a plenty of topics to improve communicative skills.
- Improve the ability of developing daily talks, joining conversations and communicating efficiently with a variety of topics in Chinese.
- Be guided to learn and memorize Chinese characters rapidly.
- Develop the Chinese translation skills right from beginner level.
In Chinese language course for international programs, learners will be equipped with the following knowledge and skills:
- Learn basic vocabulary and grammar in different topics.
- Develop important skills such as reading, writing, analyzing and evaluating texts.
- Study literary and non-literary texts such as advertisements, movies, correspondence and news reports, etc.
- Evaluate the roles of culture, context and style in the process of forming texts.
Now, Intertu Education is enrolling potential students for Chinese courses. For inquiries and registration, please contact us directly or via email or hotline.