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CC101 in trouble
11:59 am by oc6544895
pinyin on the flashcards in the learning center
5:07 pm by pgbowman
Nihao, Nin hao ma?
10:02 am by ericfeatherstone6152
Elementary Lessons Missing
8:24 am by go_sea_eagles
Poetry/tongue twisters ?
11:51 am by bigal
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com! As you walk down the street in China, you hear a woman yelling “Bao bao! Bao bao! Where are you? Bao bao!” in Chinese, and you think to yourself that it’s a pretty unusual child’s name…until you see a little white dog with pink ears streak past you on its way back to the woman. That makes more sense!
In this Lower Beginner lesson, you’ll learn how to talk about animals. Visit us at ChineseClass101.com, where you will find many more fantastic Chinese lessons and learning resources. Leave us a message while you are there!
It was a 4-month project. And we finally launched it this past week. With your helpful suggestions, we’ve redesigned and rebuilt the ChineseClass101.com lesson pages! The response has been great, but we’re still hard at work ironing out the kinks to our biggest update yet. And we want to hear your feedback. Tune into to this Sunday News to learn more about the recent update and how you can unlock our updated learning system with one of the best sales of the year!
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Learn common Chinese question words with our Chinese in Three Minutes series! In China, knowing how to ask questions is important, and this step-by-step video teaches you some of the basics you need while speaking Chinese. A native Chinese teacher will explain the simple phrases necessary.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to ask “why” in Chinese. Visit us at ChineseClass101.com, where you will find many more fantastic Chinese lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
You dreamt it once. You know the dream. Like the one where you went to elementary school but forgot to put your pants on? Except this one was worse. More nightmarish. The classic slip of the tone; addressing the teacher with ‘please kiss me’ rather than ‘excuse me’. What if you could learn Chinese without ever making a mistake? What if Victor and Amber could save you from every potential linguistical faux pas disaster? Um…ahem…keep dreaming. However, what we can do is give you this All About Chinese lesson on the Top 5 Mistakes to Avoid. It can give you a heads up on where not to go wrong. We may not be able to save you from the boogeyman, but we can probably keep you from getting slapped.
This our BIGGEST redesign to date! The brand new ChineseClass101.com lesson pages arrived on June 12th! Oh, haven’t seen them? Then head over to ChineseClass101.com right now. The pages are shiny (ooh), clean (aah), are loaded with new features, and make learning as easy as 1, 2, 3. Quite literally! Tune in to this Sunday News to learn more and find out how you can unlock all ChineseClass101.com lessons to fully enjoy this update!