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Beginner Mandarin Chinese Lesson 1 (It Matters How You Start) 1-On-1
Chinese relays on tones and it has to be precise. Learning Chinese can be very difficult If you are not trained properly. Join me and let me help your learners understand how Chinese tones work through learning "Hello, Im..." in Chinese.
Yancong He (Frank He)
264 total reviews for this teacher
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This 1-on-1 lesson is for students that are studying Chinese from scratch, for those ones who want to have private lessons with teacher in order to have extra practicing time and without getting distracted by other learners. 1. In this lesson students will be learning: 1) 4 Chinese major tones 2) 8 Pinyin letters: “a”, “ao”, “I,” “n”, “o”, “h”, “w”, “j” 3) 2 phrases: nǐ hǎo (Hello), wǒ jiào…(I am… ) 2. This is how the lesson will be progressing 1) Receive a quick note from teacher in...
This class is taught in English.
The goal of this lesson is to help students know fast and fun ways to pick up Chinese language using practical phrases that consist of pinyin letters taught in this lesson. By the end of the lesson, you will: 1. Know how to pick up and use Chinese language quickly. 2. Know how Chinese pinyin and tones work. 3. Know how to say “Hello, I am…” in Chinese.
Students will need to teach what they just learned from the lesson to someone in the family and make sure that the “new student” will fully understand the lesson and be able to practice and even use the content learned.
There will be no assessment for this lesson.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Yancong He (Frank He)Chinese teacher
264 total reviews
497 completed classes
Where do I come from Hello! My name is He Yancong, but you can call me Teacher Frank. I grew up in a small town in China in a place where there are 6 languages that are spoken and 7 distinct ethnic cultures that are practiced in the area. I grew...