Standard Mandarin Blog
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It has the same features as the iPhone edition. Features include:
- Hear all pinyin sounds pronounced
- Anatomy animations visualizing how to use your facial muscles
- Pronunciation Guide. Both a long elaborate description as well as a short concise description for each sound in Mandarin Chinese.
As a follow-up to the previous blog post, here is another "paint by"-pdf. This time the exercise is not about recognizing the radical, instead it is a "paint by Chinese character". There is also a lot more colors in it.
Below is a preview of the file. Please click here to download it.
It is becoming increasingly popular to enroll toddlers and small children in Chinese lessons. How do you motivate them to learn Chinese?
Being a father myself, I know the challenge of teaching a western kid Chinese. It is absolutely not an easy task.
If you are facing the same challenge, perhaps you have made your own experiences in this regard. Please let me know what you have found, you are welcome to share your thoughts in the comments section below.Click here to read more
How do you say "thank you" in Chinese? It is very straightforward.
It literally means: Thank youClick here to read more
Please do read on! This blog post will not waste your time with unscientific babbling.
Is it really possible to do so-called "sleep-learning"? What is sleep-learning? In short, sleep-learning is to listen to some audio recording while you're asleep, in the hope that you'll somehow recall the content when you wake up.Click here to read more
Latest Blog Posts11.04.2014
iPad edition of Standard Mandarin released 21.03.2014
Paint by Chinese character 11.03.2014
Paint by Radical for Children 06.03.2014
Thank You In Chinese 14.12.2013
How to Learn Chinese While Sleeping 11.12.2013
How the science of popcorn can help you learn Chinese pronunciation 10.12.2013
Become a Pinyin Super Hero 30.10.2013
Infographic - Why bother learn correct pronunciation? 24.10.2013
Infographic - 5 Common Misconceptions Regarding Learning Chinese 18.10.2013
Infographic - Chinese Pinyin, the easy and the hard - 3 vs 3 08.10.2013
Infographic - 3 vs 4 Points On Chinese Pronunciation, The Easy And The Hard 05.10.2013
Infographic - 3 Reasons For Learning Chinese Pronunciation First 29.09.2013
New Infographic On Chinese Pronunciation And Pinyin 20.08.2013
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