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Introduce Yourself in Chinese with Self-Introduction Speech Examples

It is easy to introduce yourself in Chinese as they are fixed answers which you memorise about yourself. However, it is not that easy to be able to understand all the variations of questions asked. Therefore, you will also learn about various ways of questioning and response, so you know they mean the same and handle the Chinese self-introduction better.

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Chinese Pinyin Pronunciation Practice: Chinese 4 Tones Practice to Speak Mandarin Perfectly

Having a strong foundation of Chinese Pinyin pronunciation is so vital if you want to speak perfect Chinese in the long run. Without the fundamental basis of getting the Chinese vowels and consonants sound right, your Mandarin pronunciation will never improve. Listen and practise your Chinese 4 tones with audio here and improve listening skill.

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Pay Attention to Chinese Tones and Accent if You are Serious to Learn Mandarin

Chinese Tones are the Most Difficult when Learning to Speak Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation If you are serious to learn the Chinese language, in the long run, you have to practice the 4 Chinese Tones religiously until you can hum them in tune without speaking a word. Oh yes, I can intone them with a closed mouth like a hummingbird ?…

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Hanyu Pinyin: Formation of the Mandarin Vowels and Chinese Consonants

Hanyu Pinyin (literally written as 汉语拼音) means “Chinese Spell-Out Sound” and “Pinyin” in short. The system uses a series of consonants and vowels to spell out the Mandarin pronunciation of a Chinese character. It was created by the Chinese linguists in the 1950s for a government project. One of them was Zhou Yaoguang, fondly remembered as the "Father of Pinyin".

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5 Exceptional Reasons to Learn Mandarin & Chinese Language

Here are 5 points which make the Mandarin Chinese language seemingly easier, opposing the English rules instead of lamenting the difficulty to learn it. With more than 1.4 billion people in China representing over 18% of the total world population, it makes sense to learn the Chinese language if you have the interest. There are some rules to know first.

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