i havent decided yet what i want to study in university but one of the things im interested in is language. not like english literature or the history of language or what language is and stuff…but like studying a language,…mandarin for example. If i study language, what are the jobs …
Any suggestions on learning a 3rd language, preferably chinese (mandarin dialect)? im already fluent in english and spanish. Any suggestions on were to start? on campus schools,online or tutors… if possible might include my 6 year old to learn.
TRADITIONAL MANDARIN CHINESE with pinyin and characters *ONLINE*? xie xie!
I am currently in a residential neighborhood that’s been pretty quiet. Recently, though, one of the neighbors (we’re back to back so I’m not completely sure where the noise is coming from) has either the TV or radio on in the mornings–think around 7-8:30 AM. It sounds like a Mandarin …
(continued) and English? The original Mandarin soundings are retained, whilst the accents / tones are deleted ( because English does not have accents / tones ) and the writing is changed from Chinese characters to Roman letters ( used by English ). Pretty awesome huh? Agree?
I would prefer a film considered a classic or at least a box office hit in China. Please don’t suggest Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. It’s a great movie, but Chow and Yeoh are not native speakers.
I took a class but that was for one sem. I believe that I have enough initiative to learn it by meself. HOW did you learn? Ho you have any tips? Sites? Books? Or Do I really need an instructor? 🙂
Can someone give me the Mandarin Chinese translation of the Korean name "Ji-Yeon So" in Mandarin characters and in English please?. 10 points to whoever can help me. And thank you in advance.
I’ve decided to learn only spoken Mandarin and not the written (so I can understand the actual language) but these tones are so hard and it sounds so…. different. Japanese on the other hand, is different aswell, but their words are easy to pronounce. Does it get any easier? 🙁
At my college, you need to take a main language course (Spanish, German or French) for two years and a side language for one year. I’m probably going to take Spanish, but I really want to learn the Mandarin. The first term is Chinese I and the second term is …