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  • Sara From Capital Mandarin School
    Sara From Capital Mandarin School wrote:
    <p>Our Chinese programs for kids and teens Hi, I’m Sara from Capital Mandarin School. Please allow me to introduce Chinese courses for you. </p> <p>YCT Level 1 (Youth Chinese Test 1) Children will learn: 1: Chinese pinyin 2:Get to know Chinese language environment and learn the basic Chinese language phrases in common use. 3:They also will learn several Chinese communicative topics for example: Say "hello", to say goodbye, personal introduction and time expression 80 basic vocabularies </p> <p>After study, they can: understand simple spoken Chinese language with slow speed. Even children with no knowledge of mandarin Chinese language grammar can learn mandarin Chinese language faster than adults. That is because they simply imitate what they hear, and remember "the language itself", rather than memorizing complicated rules of grammar. Therefore, beginning with correct pronunciation and tones is a shortcut for children to learn Mandarin Chinese.</p> <p>Features: 1.In Beijing the first school that can offer children YCT2 based Chinese language course 2.Complete all Chinese learning environment 3.System study course includes improve listening, speaking, reading and writing, inspire their enthusiasm. 4.Interesting teaching means 5.Has the rich experience of the course consultant, competent and professional Chinese teacher 6.Ensure children safe Total course time: 48 hours (about 3 weeks) Class time: 15:00-20:00 Age: 5-9 years old Location: For the student's need, we can sent the teacher to students' house or the students can study in our school. Class fee:150RMB/ lesson</p> <p>If you send email to us, please tell us you got the information from which website. Then we will give you one book for free.</p> <p>For more information, please contact us: www.capitalmandarin.com info@capitalmandarin.com +86 10 6592 5672</p>

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