My discovery is that learning Chinese language can be easier if you know the rules. The difficult part is to be persistent in memorizing what you have learned. For practical use of Chinese language in everyday live, all you need is 2,000 characters for a start. While in English, this amount of words to master before a person can practically use the language in everyday live can easily go up to 10,000 words. Does it take any commitments for learning a new language? Yes and of course. It takes tremendous discipline, dedication and years of practices for completely mastering a new language, and able to communicate fluently with another person using that language. However, if you apply some specific techniques to a dedicated purpose of using the language, such as for short term travelling, you can achieve your goal within a certain time frame.
During my practice of teaching Chinese, I realized the hardest part to learn Chinese language is to remember the Chinese characters and their pronunciation. Once you have known enough Chinese characters, able to pronounce them and understand how to put them into meaningful words, things become much easier for you. All you need to do is only one thing: keep using the Chinese characters until you are familiar with how to put them into words and sentences, and learn more characters at the same time. Therefore, to find the easiest way for remembering the Chinese characters is a key step to master the language in the fastest way.
Han Hai Language Studio offers result oriented teaching programs. At Han Hai, students will learn the Chinese language and Chinese culture through professionals and certified teachers and trainers. Fun activities, seminars in Chinese, group discussions, individual sessions and even overseas immersion programs are all part of our Language courses.
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