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Our catalog includes over over 70 tests. You will find both written and oral tests.
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Theocratic Chinese for JWs
Based on the book “Basic Theocratic Expressions,” our extensive list has over 7,500 words and phrases with native audio to help you speak confidently about a variety of topics.
Tones Pairs Practice
Tone pairs are the key to speaking properly in full sentences. On its own, the 3rd tone is a full falling and rising tone. In everyday speech, however, it is said much differently. Only by practicing the tones in combination with other tones will you advance.
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Since I started tutoring to help others with their Mandarin Chinese, I began proofreading many many essays. Consequently, this led me to find common mistakes that Chinese learners often make when writing Mandarin Chinese. Here are some systematic mistakes that
Atmosphere. Who doesn’t love a pleasant atmosphere? From restaurants to your living room, most people enjoy surroundings that make them feel good. My approach to learning is no different. Whether it be choosing the best location for a reading nook,
My goal for MandarinMania.com is to combine my original content with the free content of other creators. Then, you can immediately start a study session rather than spending precious time looking for learning materials. There are many high-quality videos out
For the past year, I have spent more time building MandarinMania.com than I have in actual Chinese learning. At the end of the day, the last thing I want to do is crack a book. I prefer to stretch out,