learn chinese what is the best way to learn chinese?
Oct 19, 2008 4:06 PM
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Hi ! I have to say chinese is the most difficult language in the you must try your best to study it. 1).you should study chinese phonetic alphabet (汉语拼音),that's the basic way to pronounce chinese. 2). you should buy a good and complete grammar book to study it. 3).try to make some chinese friend in italki and try to practice with them .Also if you have any problems ,you can ask them as soon as possible . Frankly...chinese is difficult..but really interesting!wish you enjoy it!
October 19, 2008
the best way to learn a language is go to the country .or you have to listen to it many times a day
October 26, 2008
chinese characters' pronunciation is according to pinyin. so you can speak first and remember the letters how to pronounce.(it's close to the english letters ,it's easy. and about the tone, you just take it like a tone to a song) about writing characters, every word is come from the life show. so don't be nervous cause it's so different from your culture. you can read a picture evern a story from each part of it. (at the first of the character learning , you write or to draw like a simple picture.) till you keep them in mind. learn language i frefer to the 'baby way', listen and speake as much as you can at first, and learn the word when you have some knowledge about simple sentence and the usual way peaple how to express their feeling . try to use it as much as you can like your own language. so, if you are not in china, to make some chinese friends who around you would also be good. hope it's help :)
October 21, 2008
the way to learn languages is almost the same, just just it, and try to remember as much as you can, never be shy to ask questions or make mistakes. and the most important you should set your mind to learn it. i believe in you, you can make it. you said you would came to china, it is a good way to learn this kind of language. good luck.
October 20, 2008
Making friends with Chinese and opening your mouth as often as you can.
October 20, 2008
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