All classes are taught by April Zhang, a highly experienced Chinese teacher and the author of two series of Chinese textbooks. With her help, many students have achieved remarkable Chinese language proficiency and gained acute Chinese cultural awareness.
If the schedule of the coming class does not work for you, write to April and tell her what time is the the best time for you to take Mandarin lessons. Someone else might be able to join you. If you’d like to learn Mandarin Chinese with your friends or colleagues as a small private group, contact April directly.
Experience what it is like to join a small group class at MSL Master!
This is a 90-minute trial lesson, which is for beginner students to get to know who we are, what kind of teaching methods and Chinese textbooks we use, and to walk away with some new knowledge of Chinese.
This lesson is focused on listening and speaking, which are supported by interactive class activities. Topic will be selected from Mandarin Express Intro Level A Student’s Book.
Participants are also invited to ask questions about learning Chinese in general.
Increase the awareness of the four tones and the neutral one. Pronounce a few difficult sounds clearly. Understand why the same pinyin can be pronounced differently.
This workshop is for people who have not studied Mandarin for long time and have troubles with a few distinctive Mandarin sounds. During the workshop, they’ll work on a few different aspects of Mandarin pronunciations, and practice speaking Mandarin in a clear and natural manner.
At the time of signing up for the workshop, students are encouraged to specify the areas where they find the most difficult to pronounce.
Read and write simple sentences and short paragraphs with 70 Chinese characters!
This is a beginner’s Chinese writing course, best for people who have learned pinyin and some basic conversational Chinese, such as Mandarin Express Intro Level A or equivalent, but have not yet learned how to read and write Chinese.
From basic strokes to 70 most frequently used Chinese characters, this course takes students to a wonderful world which is carefully constructed with Chinese characters. Students will understand what the Chinese writing system is and the critical importance of learning words and combinations. Learning individual Chinese characters is only the first step.
Read Course structure here.
Conducted by Chinese teacher April, this workshop is designed for students who, after having independently completed all the Chinese Reading and Writing 1 online lessons and worked through all the exercises in the book, have some questions regarding the meanings of words, usage of a character or any sentence structures. Questions about supplementary worksheets for Chinese Reading and Writing 1 are also welcome.
This workshop will be primarily centring around the questions raised by students. Secondly, practicing time will be allocated for students to write some Chinese, either a few sentences or a paragraph. April will provide feedback and suggestions for improvements.
Students are encouraged to submit their questions at the time of signing up for the workshop.
If you are curious about what it is like to use Chinese Learning Pen with Chinese Reading and Writing books, this is the chance to know. Come to this workshop to give our latest product a try!
Each participant has a chance to mess around a set of factory prototype, including a Chinese Learning Pen, a copy of Chinese Reading and Writing 1, and a copy of Chinese Reading and Writing 2.
This workshop is the best for people who have taken some Mandarin lessons but have not yet learned how to read and write Chinese or have learned very little. Besides the direct experience and knowledge of how technologies are used to enhance learning Chinese, participants are also likely to walk away with some very useful knowledge about Chinese.
This workshop is free of charge. Register early.
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