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One Minute Mandarin One Minute Mandarin provides an introduction to basic Mandarin. With this course you will not become fluent, but you will acquire a range of useful expressions which you can use while on a trip to China.
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Once you master one foreign language (in my case my native language is English, but I'm fluent in German as well), try to learn another foreign language through that first one.
[Author's note: Behold, the new, improved list:] [Available until Jan 2 via Kickstarter. We now return you to your regular programming:] I’ve culled this list from the General Service List – a frequency list for English. These are words that are frequent in English and are relatively easy to picture.
Language Network Resources | Asia for Educators | Columbia University Three different organizations have been crucial to the development of Chinese language learning K-12 in the U.S., listed here in the order that they became involved in promoting Chinese language instruction since the 1980s: the Chinese Language Association for Elementary-Secondary Schools (CLASS), the College Board, and the Asia Society. Their websites are listed here and should be consulted by those exploring Chinese language programs. • Chinese Language Association of Secondary-Elementary Schools (CLASS) | www.classk12.org The Chinese Language Association of Secondary-Elementary Schools (CLASS) is a national nonpolitical and nonprofit professional association of all persons interested in teaching Chinese language and culture at pre-collegiate levels of American schools.