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CCTV Learn Chinese 学汉语 - Free Mandarin Video Lessons

CCTV Learn Chinese 学汉语 - Free Mandarin Video Lessons

English to Chinese dictionary Examples and Help Example queries: hello, nihao, ni3hao3, 你好, rest*, zei*, *zei*, *茶, 英*公司, chinese *文, "to rest", bill -gates Pinyin words should be entered without spaces, either with or without tone numbers: ni3hao3 or nihao. The character ü can be entered as v instead.

China Resources <p><span>If you can see this line, then JavaScript is turned off on your machine and you will not be able to use some features of this site. Please click <a href="../securitywarning.html">here</a> for more information.</span></p> The linked pages have been prepared for use in classes relating to China and may be assigned for direct use on-line if desired. Some are reference materials — maps, charts, &c. or brief essays. English-Chinese Vocabulary Quizzes <CENTER><a href=" English-Chinese Vocabulary Quizzes Quizzes to Help You Learn and Review Vocabulary This is a part of The Internet TESL Journal's Activities for ESL Students <HR NOSHADE SIZE=99><h1>Warning</h2><B>These quizzes require a JavaScript-enabled browser.</b><BR><TT>You have JavaScript disabled or a browser that doesn't support JavaScript.

Chinese to Pinyin/Zhuyin Converter with Pronunciation Recent Updates (20/09/2019): 1. For convert file function, now you can choose the location of the phonetics (on the top of Chinese characters, on the bottom of Chinese characters, or on the right side of each Chinese words). 2. Add sorting function on the Word List sidebar. 3. In the Copy result popup, now you can choose whether to keep the non-Chinese characters (e.g. Chinese phrasebook Mandarin Chinese is the official language of Mainland China and Taiwan, and is one of the official languages of Singapore. In English, it is often just called "Mandarin" or "Chinese". In China, it is called Putonghua (普通话), meaning "common speech", while in Taiwan it is referred to as Guoyu (國語), "the national language."

Learn Chinese Characters Whether you are a beginner or an advanced student of Chinese, if you're looking for resources to help you learn and retain Chinese characters, you have come to the right place. Here are some of the learning tools and materials you'll find on this website: Chinese Reading Materials for All Levels Mandarin Lessons Your browser does not support script. Enable Javascript for menu functionality.<br /><a href="/Chinese">About Chinese</a> || <a href="/Cantonese">Cantonese Lessons</a>||<a href="/Mandarin">Mandarin Lessons</a>||<a href="/communithy">Teachers/Tutors</a><a href="/about">About the Site</a>||<a href="/links.htm">Related Links</a>|| <a href="/download.htm">Downloads</a>||<a href="/index.htm">Home</a></p> Lessons contain many sound files and may take a long time to load. Why learn Mandarin?

Chinese Pronunciation Introduction The purpose of this section is to clarify some important issues regarding the pronunciation of Mandarin Chinese. I have noticed over the years that some sources are publishing incorrect information about Mandarin pronunciation. It is my intent to identify a few of the misconceptions and to make the reality of the pronunciation of Mandarin Chinese crystal clear, both in linguistic terms and in everyday language. Please note that the criticisms I make are based on linguistic science. I have earned a master’s in applied linguistics here in China, and the facts which I present here are not in dispute among linguists, there are simply not widely understood by many students of Chinese.

Introduction Welcome to the Web-based Chinese Reading Program! The purpose of this reading program is to provide various extra-curricular reading materials suitable for students at different learning levels. The reading materials are divided into three levels: beginning, intermediate, and advanced.

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