About NicoleYinDOWNLOAD TEXTBOOKS HERE 【http://goo.gl/v09bhg】
Here are books include YOUTH Chinese, New Concept Chinese, New Practical Chinese, Advanced Chinese, HSK.
【How I teach?】— You Speak Chinese from day 1
Students focus on a lot of listening & speaking in Chinese and try to forget your language.
You'll learn: Words and expressions + Chinese cultures + Comparing different cultures.
【What’s special?】— Learn words and expressions that we use
Books use many words we don't use in daily life. The words or expressions in the books I use were changed by me to fit the real life.
Materials for PROFESSIONAL teaching
Textbooks in Pinyin & Characters, MP3, online WHITEBOARD, flash card, etc
After each lesson, you get a record and UPDATED document of what you’ve learnt in the class.
I lived in Beijing for 8 years, Jiangsu for 15 years(Suzhou, Nantong), Shanghai for more than 1 year. So I know both north & south accents in Chinese. The big difference you'll find from Beijingers from the south people are that, they add a lot "r" sound after a word. For example, they say "nar" (where) while in the south they say "na li". Another example they say "xiao hair"(kid) while in south it could be"xiao haizi".
Chinese is easy and is full of Taoism. So when you LEARN CHINESE, you gain Chinese philosophy. We use animal "年" as "Year", take moon as “Month", star as "Week", and sun as "Day", you will find we worship nature a lot, and that fits with Taoism.
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- Mandarin & English Teacher
- Rzeszow University
- 2013 - 2013
- Rzeszow Poland
- Mandarin Teacher
- Accent Mandarin
- 2014 - present
- Suzhou China
- Teaching supervisor & English teacher
- Wujiang Emperor Education
- English Coordinator
- Shanghai Mingwu Kungfu
- 2013 - 2014
- Shanghai China
- English Teaching Assistant
- Liyang Crazy English
- 2007 - 2010
- Yangzhou, Huai'an, Taizhou China
, Business English
- Suzhou Polytechnic Institute Of Agriculture
- 2007 - 2010
- Certificate for Participation
- Aiesec University
- Business English Certificate Vantage
- University of Cambridge ESOL examinations
Second Level of first class
- Standard Spoken Chinese
- Language Work Committee of Jiangsu Province