Basic Chinese Mandarin

Mga Basic Mandarin Words na Kalimitang Ginagamit

 

“Mandarin is primarily spoken in Mainland China and Taiwan.
This article is for foreigners, OFWs, and first-timers in Taiwan who want to learn Mandarin.

Mandarin has 4 tones. Tones matter when learning how to speak Mandarin. One word in Chinese can mean completely different things when you change the tones.
With commitment and daily practice, it is certainly possible to successfully master.

You practice speaking by hanging out with your Taiwanese friends and ask them to speak Chinese with you.

Watch Chinese movies or tv shows to hear Chinese being spoken. Hear the proper tones. Hear it in context, to the storyline and in relation to the human connections being made, in order to really encompass more of the language as a whole.

Listen to Chinese songs. You can learn a lot by listening to popular Chinese songs and is a great way to learn the language.

Learn by doing. Learn by trying. Learn from mistakes but don’t allow those mistakes to keep you from continuing.

Learn through trial and error, through experiments, through experience, and through self-education.

This is how you will learn. ”

Credits to Ms. Nina Obar

 


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