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Being multilingual has many advantages. Chinese is one of the most spoken language in the world. While most people believe Chinese language is not easy to learn, to find the best way to learn Chinese for you will ensure you can learn Chinese easy.
How to Learn Chinese Easy
1. Learn Pinyin and tones first
Pinyin is a system of phonemic notation and transcription to Roman script for Mandarin Chinese language. Therefore, to learn Chinese you must learn pinyin. Chinese is a tonal language. It has four tones and toneless tone. Different pitch patterns actually distinguish one Chinese word from another. So it is very important to develop the habit of listening for tonal distinctions and producing them correctly in speech. Pinyin course and Level 1 Chinese lessons with Kids Chinese Podcast help you learn and practice Pinyin and tones to help you build a solid foundation for Chinese pronunciation.
Actually, as long as you mastered Chinese pronunciation, spoken Chinese is easier to learn than you might think. Make sure you start off by practicing Chinese pronunciation, because bad pronunciation is hard to correct later. Make sure to get your tones right!
2. Learn Chinese writing gradually
Chinese language uses Chinese characters in writing. For many beginners, it looks like a lot random "pictures" to memorize. Chinese lessons with Kids Chinese Podcast help you learn most frequent used Chinese characters in the same time help you learn the patterns and roots of Chinese characters, helping you learn Chinese easy.
3. Chinese grammar is easy
Chinese grammar is much simpler compared with European languages. There are no inflections, cases, genders, or declensions. Chinese language has little or no bound morphology and there are no grammatical rules to memorize. Each Chinese word has a fixed and single form. For example, verbs do not take prefixes or suffixes showing the tense or the person, number, or gender of the subject. Nouns do not take prefixes or suffixes showing their number or their case.
After you learning Pinyin, the sounds of Chinese, and the Chinese words with their meanings. You can learn Chinese grammar by contrast. Think about "what goes with what, and when and in what order." Which prepositions follow which verbs? When do we use which article?
A rule of grammar, after all, is merely a general statement of how the Chinese speakers use certain parts of the Chinese language. Every language has its own grammar: speakers of English do things that would seem quite inconsistent to a speaker of Chinese, and vice versa.
Grammatical rules, carefully formulated and properly used, can be extremely valuable. When you learn grammar, you want to know "what goes with what". Even more important, you need to form new habits of putting the right Chinese words together in the right way. The most effective time to learn a point of grammar is shortly after you have found an example of it in your conversational work or reading. Once you have noticed a new usage and wondered about it, you can bring forth other examples and state whatever rules apply to them.
Please remember that grammar rules need to be learned in context.
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