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  • Sara From Capital Mandarin School
    Sara From Capital Mandarin School wrote:
    <p>Christmas holiday (December 1st ----25th ) Chinese lessons in Beijing, China Emphasis Hi, I’m Sara from Capital Mandarin School. Please allow me to introduce Chinese courses for you. </p> <p>A short term Chinese program is a easy way to improve Chinese language skills, whatever student’s current language level. We will make a professional private plan for students’ short term study to improve their Chinese quickly. It includes short term normal Chinese course and short term intensive Chinese course.</p> <p>This program is right for student if: students have a short holiday (Christmas holiday December 1st ----25th ) or term to have a Chinese course</p> <p>Key Features: 1) Short term >=3 days 2) 5 classes in one day or 3 classes in one day 3) All levels from beginner to advanced 4) private class 5) content or topic the students need</p> <p>Organization: Capital Mandarin school Duration: Christmas holiday December 1st ----25th Time: you can pick your convenient time range:; Lesson style: Private Chinese lessons: Location: Room1006, Van Palace, Guanghua Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing (China) Seat: Private lessons:1-on-1; or 1-on-2</p> <p>Short term (Christmas holiday December 1st ----25th) Intensive Chinese Course: On short term Intensive Chinese Course, student will focus on achieving confident and effective Chinese for everyday social, study or work needs. The course also develops Chinese culture. Students will learn spoken Chinese, pronunciation and grammar, together with reading and writing that you choose. The content and topic are the students need.</p> <p>When you sent email and get Chinese lessons information to our school, please tell us the website you know our school, then you can get one book for free.</p> <p>For more mandarin courses information, please contact: www.capitalmandarin.com E-mail: info@capitalmandarin.com Tel: 010-65925672</p>

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