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Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com. You are vacationing in China with friends. On your last day there, you are buying souvenirs for your friends and family back home. You’ve already bought a few things, but still aren’t quite done. You come to a stand that has cute hats. Being silly, you try one on and ask your friend in Chinese, “How does this one look?” Looking at you, he begins to laugh hysterically. You try on another one, which just makes him laugh harder. You ask in Chinese, “This one?” Between taking deep breaths, he points to one with an elephant trunk on the front of it and he replies in Chinese, “That one!” Since you are in a silly mood, you try it on just to humor him, which it does. You may not be getting any shopping done, but you are having a good time goofing off on your last day.
Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese. In this Chinese Absolute Beginner lesson, we will teach you how to say “this” and “that” in Chinese so you can ask the price of something while you shop in China! In addition, we have the Chinese numbers eleven to twenty for you to help you even more in your shopping endeavors and to top it off, we’ll teach you how to form a follow-up question in Chinese. After quickly picking up these various Chinese abilities, come back to ChineseClass101.com for more fantastic lessons. Leave us a message while you’re there.
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com. You are in China enjoying your summer vacation with many other tourists that are doing the same thing. You have met several new people and gathered many new acquaintances that you would now consider friends. While sitting with several of those friends in a Chinese café, you are all deciding where to go next for some more Chinese fun. Someone suggests going to a Chinese garden. What a great idea! You ask one of the café attendants in Chinese, “Where is the closest Chinese garden?” He politely tells you in Chinese, “Not far from here. It’s up ahead, down this street, on the right side of the road.” You try to catch as many details as you can, struggling to keep up. Well, what a relaxing day you will have in the Chinese gardens…if you ever get there!
Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese. In this Chinese Absolute Beginner lesson, we will teach you Chinese directional phrases, which includes asking ‘where’ something is and telling the location of something. ‘Where’ do you think you’ll be next time you need help with Chinese? Hopefully, you’ll be back at ChineseClass101.com for more fantastic lessons. Leave us a message while you’re there.
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com. You are in China for business and have noticed some of the differences in Chinese culture compared to your culture. But one thing that you’ve never seen is adults writing on their hands. At the flower shop, in the taxi, and when giving your friend directions to your place, you have noticed that people have been writing on their hands. And not even with a pen…just their fingers?! You finally had to ask what the obsession with writing on hands was all about. “Why do people write on their hands here?” you ask your colleague in Chinese. Laughing, he explains in Chinese, “How confusing might it be if someone misunderstands you because you use a Chinese homophone—and lots of Chinese words sound the same, but the characters are different.” You finally understand…that must be why you went to the wrong store the other day…twice. How confusing! You might think about using your hands too next time you get Chinese directions, just to make sure you’re clear about where you’re going in China.
Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese. In this Chinese Absolute Beginner lesson, we will teach you moderation of your tone of voice by adding something particular to your Chinese verbs. We will also show you how to tell somebody what you want in Chinese, and in addition, answer a yes/no question. Of course, we’ll also give you more Chinese vocabulary. Will you come back to ChineseClass101.com? Hopefully, you will answer yes to that and come back to ChineseClass101.com for more fantastic lessons! Leave us a message while you’re there!
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com! You are in China studying the Chinese culture, and of course, the Chinese language. You have found a quaint Chinese coffee shop around the corner from where you are staying and you go there every morning. This seems to be the place to be in the morning. You have met many friendly Chinese people here that do not mind if you are not a native Chinese speaker. On one particular morning, you recognize one of the patrons - it is one of the Chinese teachers from your school. You approach him and introduce yourself in Chinese, “Excuse me, but I am one of the students at the Chinese Academy and would like to know if you could help me with some of my work.” He is happy to oblige and replies in Chinese, “Sure, I can help, but just so you know, I am a student teacher, not a professor.” You begin to exchange personal information and speak both in Chinese and in English, which passes the time quickly. Before you know it, it’s time for class to begin. Both of you head to the Chinese Academy ready for the beginning of class.
Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and exciting way to learn Chinese. In this Chinese Absolute Beginner lesson, we will teach you the Chinese verb “to be.” We will also throw in some more Chinese vocabulary so you can tell people what your profession is in Chinese. When you are finished studying your Chinese verbs, come back to ChineseClass101.com for more exciting lessons! Leave us a message while you’re there!
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com! You have been working very hard in your Chinese classes at the university! You go to the Chinese university every day, you ask questions and participate in class, and then you return home to your little apartment in Beijing and study some more. Today in class, your Chinese professor complimented you in front of your other Chinese classmates, claiming in Chinese, “His work is extremely fluent and professional!” Embarrassed and a little taken aback, you reply in Chinese, “I couldn’t have done it without your amazing teaching.” Okay, maybe it was a bit much, but it never hurts to get some extra brownie points, right? After class, your professor stops you and tells you in Chinese, “Your Chinese is very good, too. I’m available for tutoring!” Okay, maybe the flattery was a bit too much!
Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese! This Chinese Beginner lesson will teach you how to form possessives in Chinese using de. In this lesson, you will also learn how to say and write different nationalities in Chinese. Visit us at ChineseClass101 for more great Chinese lessons and learning materials. Leave us a message while you are there.