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Course: Basic Chinese language (level 1)

Basic Chinese language (level 1)

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  • Certificate on Completion
  • Access on Android and iOS App
About this Course

Welcome to join our basic Chinese course at Marco Polo Mandarin.

This is a Chinese course for beginners, which include 5 daily topics like shopping, ordering food and making greetings. It covers about 200 words and 30 patterns. We’ll learn these words and patterns naturally. So we’ll start from sentences with two or three words, then gradually extend to sentences with five or six words. Plus there is an assignment at the end of each section, which will help you to master these words and patterns.

Please download the word list below the INTRODUCTION video.

Basic knowledge

This is a course for Chinese learning beginners, including:

  • People who just start to learn Chinese
  • People who need basic Chinese knowledge to survive in China, travel to China or to do business with China
What you will learn
  • Go shopping, ordering food and making greetings in Chinese
  • Knowing about 200 basic Chinese words
  • Knowing about 30 basic Chinese patterns
Curriculum
Number of Lectures: 28
Total Duration: 01:23:23
Introduction
  • Introduction  

    This a a basic Mandarin Chinese language course, which include 5 daily topics like shopping, ordering food and making greetings. It covers about 200 words and 30 patterns. We’ll learn these words and patterns naturally. So we’ll start from sentences with two or three words, then gradually extend to sentences with five or six words. Plus there is an assignment at the end of each section, which will help you to master these words and patterns.

Greetings
  • Hello  
  • My Name is Becky  
  • I'm Chinese  
  • I Like Beijing  
  • Vocabulary Expansion  
  • Expression expansion  
Shopping
  • Number 1 to 10  
  • Number 11 to 99  
  • How to read the Chinese yuan  
  • How much is it  
  • What's this  
  • I want a Pomelo  
  • It's too expensive  
  • Can it be cheaper  
  • Shopping - Vocabulary Expansion  
Ordering in a Restaurant
  • I want to eat chicken  
  • Is Beef Good  
  • Do you have Beijing roast duck  
  • I would like to see the menu.  
  • How many people in total  
  • Ordering in a Restaurant - Vocabulary Expansion  
What's Your WeChat Number
  • What's Wechat  
  • What's your Wechat Number  
  • Can we add each other on Wechat  
  • I'll send you messages on Wechat  
5 Useful Sentence for Learning Chinese And Revision
  • 5 Most Useful Sentences For Learning Chinese  
Conclusion
  • Conclusion  
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