Learning a language can be brutal; especially those that aren’t comprised of Latin letters, which are what native English speakers are most familiar with. Even when it comes to learning a foreign language in school, our choices are often limited to Spanish or French-two languages that essentially use the same alphabet as English.
Thus when faced with the daunting Read More
This is a guest post from friend of the site, Furio of Saporedicina.com. I’ve been a long time fan of Furio’s and it’s a great pleasure to share some of his ideas on our new blog. To read more about Furio, check out this page.
Why is it important to turn your study of Chinese into a habit?
Learning a foreign language requires consistency and Chinese is no exception. Read more to find out what I believe to be the most important piece of advice I can give you for learning Mandarin. Read More
However, once you’ve spent some time learning the basics, next comes reading articles, writing short in-class essays, and even perhaps the ability to understand TV shows and movies.
But once you’re fairly comfortable in these areas, you might take your Read More
Hello all my lovely C-Poddies!
The cosmopolitan city that never sleeps encompasses all types- young, urban professionals, struggling artists, bewildered tourists thumbing through their guidebooks and a slew of others- a wash of color and culture all blended smoothly together in one of the world’s largest melting pots.
Of course in a city so rich with the vibrancy of variation and individuality, you’re bound to find the voracious learners; those who take great pleasure in the pursuit of knowledge. Read more to hear about the great time we had together!