How to Learn Chinese?

How to Learn Chinese?

Learning a different language, apart from one of your national languages, enables an individual to understand different cultures associated with these languages and be able to communicate with people who speak those languages. Being proficient in different languages eliminates communication barriers globally.

Chinese can be a challenging language to learn. The main reason can be that it is written in symbols known as the Chinese characters. Hence, interpreting Chinese words can be difficult unless you don’t have sufficient and adequate knowledge of the language. Moreover, the tone of the language is also difficult to understand.Keeping view of this, one might wonder why he or she should learn Chinese language. For this, you may like to consider the following facts and reasons.

China has been experiencing a high economic growth for years now and it is expected to become the economic hub of Asian countries. If you want to be a part of such opportunity and growth in China, Chinese language learning will benefit as you need to know the Chinese language to be able to communicate with Chinese people.However, there should be personal individual reasons as well in order to learn Chinese language efficiently.

As already mentioned above, Chinese language learning can be challenging and complicated but it is not impossible. A number of months may be required for an individual to get a full grip of the language. Hence, a lot of patience, time and energy will be required of the individual.

The most efficient and effective way of Chinese language learning, is by enrolling into a Chinese language training program with one of the various language training institutes. The initial step would be to learn basic Chinese, and once you have excelled at it, then you can go for advanced learning accordingly. Moreover, a number of individuals undertake these language learning programs. By being part of them,you will be able to learn and apply your knowledge and information of the language.

However, before enrolling into a learning program, you need to know about the various dialects of the Chinese language and select the ones that you want to learn. Mandarin Chinese is most widely spoken throughout most of the southwestern and northern China. Wu is another type of dialect spoken throughout the provinces within east China. Min dialect is spoken by Chinese people living overseas, for example, the Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia. Cantonese, Xiang and Hakka are other common Chinese language dialects.

Many language learning programs are offered over the internet as well and most of them are free of cost. Moreover, interactive forums enable you to interact with Chinese speaking people as well. If you don’t have the budget to enroll in an institute, you can make use of these free internet language training programs. For efficient learning, you can even use more than one website for this purpose.




Good article. Thanks
6/15/2013
Shukhet (20 posts) 

Always start from basics, try to read simple books.

2/27/2015
Lovleen (10 posts) 

If the prgramming typos were removed, then it would be even easier to read and appreciate.

4/7/2015
Dweep (202 posts) 

Check out this link.

 

http://www.wikihow.com/Learn-Chinese

 

4/20/2015
sujal (10 posts) 

Usefull information.

4/24/2015
Samira (12 posts) 

Check out this link.

http://www.lingholic.com/how-to-learn-chinese/

 

5/12/2015
supriya (10 posts) 

Thanks for the information.

5/13/2015
Pam (12 posts) 

Check thi slink out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubZS7i34GIY

 

5/15/2015
Akriti (10 posts) 

Thanks for the link. 

5/29/2015
kiran (10 posts) 

Thanks for the link.

7/24/2015
seema (10 posts) 

Unable to read article.

7/28/2015
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