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Lesson 23: Having a class (IV)

Learn how to say "to open a book, read a book, etc". Also continue learning Pinyin, and learn some words and phrases related to "having a class" in Mandarin Chinese.

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2 Responses to “Lesson 23: Having a class (IV)”

  1. Heng Ong Chia

    Hi, Aihua,

    Though I am a Chinese and my parents can speak and read mandrin, I attended an English medium school. For many years I have been trying to master mandrin, even buying books and tapes on Mandrin . Though I manage to learn some words here and there, the progress was negligible. I have tried other Chinese Pod casts but I find yours to be the best as it starts with the very basic and is systematic and I find it most beneficial.
    At the moment I am concentrating on learning to speak with the correct pronunciation and will later learn how to write the words. I hope that eventually I will be able to read simple chinese papers.

    Your new format on charater writing is most useful when it comes to learning to write the charaters.

    Thank you for your effort in imparting the learning of Mandrin for people like me who has no time to go for formal chinese classes.

  2. aihua


    Hi Heng Ong Chia,

    Thank you very much for your encouragement! I am so happy that you and many Kids Chinese Podcast members like the Chinese lessons and feel they are helpful. We will try our best to make the Chinese course easier to use and help Chinese learners find the more efficient and effective ways to learn Chinese.

    Yes, to find a systematic Chinese course and stick with it can help you learn Chinese easier and master the language sooner.


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