Polish Your Accent with Practice
Beginners who want to learn Chinese Pinyin systematically
Learners who have problems with Chinese pronunciation, especially with Tones
Learners at All Levels who want to polish or correct their pronunciation
The earlier you start working on your Chinese pronunciation, the better! Most learners start to learn Chinese from Pinyin but many of them take pronunciation too lightly. They just want to quickly move to Chinese structures and words instead of investing more time in correcting and improving their Chinese pronunciation.
One thing that makes Chinese very different from most other languages is that Chinese is a tonal language, and different tones carry different meanings. Don’t let those mispronounced syllables or tones affect your communication and don’t let those “seemingly difficult” tones discourage your confidence to speak. Let’s start to fix them now.
Joyce has earned a master’s degree of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language in Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Joyce has taught students in both one-on-one and group settings in Hong Kong for 9 years. Her Chinese learning video is very well received in Youtube channel. She also has the experience of acting as a master of ceremonies. Her Mandarin is accurate, easy to follow and clear. Besides, she is also a polyglot who also speaks English, Spanish, French and Cantonese.
Jeanette has a master's degree in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language from Jinan University. She has abundant experience in teaching business Chinese, spoken Chinese and HSK. Jeanette is also experienced in curriculum planning and quiz design. She is a popular teacher in our Youtube channel and has produced a lot of quality content for students around the world.
Thank you for the easy lesson, 谢谢你老师!
I am not a beginner. In fact I am a bit more than half way through HSK3. I am using this beginner course as a refresher, not only for grammar but also for Chinese characters. I have to say that this crisp, well-presented and polished course is not only just well-presented; but the engaging and simplicity of explanations and clarity of spoken Chinese leave many other online courses far behind.
This course is what I have been looking for. The instructors are very clear and don't speak too fast. Conversations and phrases with grammar explanations, plus the pinyin and character subtitles are very helpful.