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Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com! Now that your Chinese is starting to slide into place, you might be thinking of getting on that plane and just heading to China. Or maybe you’re already working in China and are on the other end of the hiring line. Being able to talk to all the hungry employers and potential employees in Mandarin will place you ahead of the rest when job searching! Chinese is critical in the job market today, and in our podcast for today, we’ll help you work on those interviewing skills. Listen in as we go over a lot of useful vocabulary for showing off your own job skills, and learn a useful phrase for fudging answers. Whether you’re having an interview or giving one, this is great language to know. And we also share a quick tip on how to spot the ever-present resume-padder.
Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese! This Chinese Elementary lesson will teach you how to tell people you have specific job skills in Chinese. It will help you ask and understand more natural questions. And we will also learn how to say “more or less,” as in, “this is more or less about right.” Visit us at ChineseClass101 where you will find tons of great Chinese lessons and learning materials! And leave us a message while you are there!
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com! My heart really goes out this week for my friend in China. She lost someone very dear to her…and somehow she feels responsible. Her cat passed away. Everyone has felt this pain and knows how badly it hurts to lose a pet…an animal whose love knows no boundaries! They are always there for you, day in and day out, regardless of what you say or do to them! But why does my friend from China feel so responsible for the death of her beloved Chanel? This fragile passing of life isn’t even something that happened recently. It is only now that she has been able to talk about it. I’m not sure why she feels so responsible, I only know that she feels compelled to speak about her story in Chinese with other pet owners so they don’t live with the regret that she has! Check it out here at ChineseClass101.com!
Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese! This Chinese Audio Blog lesson is completely in Chinese! You will learn the story of one Chinese pet owner and her beloved cat Chanel, and her hopes that other pet owners take care of their pets! You will hear this lovely story all while practicing speaking Chinese! If you’re struggling with the translation, don’t forget to visit us at ChineseClass101.com where you can get Chinese learning materials and translations to accompany this lesson along with many other great Chinese lessons! Leave us a comment while you are there!
Welcome to your very first All About Chinese lesson. This series is your go-to authority on everything Chinese. In these lessons, you learn about China and Chinese firsthand from Victor (our Chinese host who bares his Chinese soul to you) and Amber (our somewhat non-Chinese pseudo-Chinese Chinese Ambassador). Now…from the people that brought you taichi, fengshui, Chinatowns, and takeout food to every corner of the earth…a language like no other! Listen to The Top 5 Reasons to Study Chinese and start learning today!
In today’s All About Chinese we take years of Chinese learning experience and China life experience and boil it down to bring you the top five reasons to learn Chinese. Not an easy task, considering all the 1.3 billion (or so) reasons there are for learning Chinese. Join in our lesson disucussion too! Share your reasons for learning Chinese in the comments section.
Learn Chinese travel phrases with ChineseClass101.com! A little Chinese can go such a long way! Whether you’re traveling, visiting, or sightseeing, ChineseClass101.com has all the essential travel phrases just for you! In this lesson, we cover another high frequency Chinese phrase sure to be of use on your trip, travels or vacation to China.
In this lesson, we learn more about basic etiquette in China as we cover several phrases to express to “You’re welcome.” in Chinese. Be sure to stop by ChineseClass101.com before you set out on your trip to China, and leave us a post!
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com! Today is your first day of vacation in China. Only, you are having a very hard time finding someone with whom you can spend the day sightseeing and relaxing. You call your best friend in China and ask them to spend the day with you. She abruptly replies in Chinese, “I am busy…sorry!” That’s a shame, but you have other friends to call. So you call another friend (a known shopaholic!) and ask her if she would like to go shopping in China. Much to your dismay, she quickly replies in Chinese, “No, I am too tired!” Not to worry! After calling four more friends though, you are beginning to worry! Finally, you find someone in China that is willing to go anywhere with you! You call this faithful friend and ask if they would like to go to lunch today in China with you. Your father replies in Chinese, “I am not too tired or too busy for you my dear!”
Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese! This Chinese Beginner lesson will teach you how to use Chinese adjectives and how to negate them. Learn how to express that your are “tired,” “hungry,” or “busy” in Chinese with this lesson. Visit us at ChineseClass101 to get more great Chinese lessons and learning materials! Leave us a message while you are there!