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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 1.2 billion people 2) One Step At a Time 3) Let the Topics Flow Learn one topic a week, one to two wordsa day. You could make that one topic in two weeks; its up to you to decide your learning pace. The main point is to keep itfocused and stay disciplined. Don't crampand learn 100 words a day. Instead, learnone word or phrase a day and practice usingit everyday. Around 16% of the world's population speak some form of Chinese as their first language! Head on over to to start learning Chinese, one word or phrase a day! Created by William from 5) Form Your Own Sentences 1) Find Your "Why" Learn to introduce yourself, and then your family in Chinese. Talk about your favorite food, and then learn how to give directions to the best restaurant. You get the idea. Learning in themes and topics enables you to flow through your learning with ease and structure. Learning Chinese is a marathon, not a sprint.Therefore, you need to know why you want tolearn Chinese in the first place. For business?Travel? Personal Relationship? Know your whyis important because this will motivate youwhen you feel frustrated. If you follow steps 1 to 4, soon enough, youll have learned enough words and phrases to form simple sentences.If you learned about fruit this week, perhaps you could form the sentence, The fruit is delicious. Next week, when you learn how to give directions, you could expand on the sentenceto say, You can eat delicious fruit in the restaurantat the end of this road. It wont be long before you can have a monologue about the meaning of fruit in our lives! There are four tones in Mandarin Chinese. Many English speakers find it difficult to pronounce Chinesewords because these tones do not exist in English. Practicing and paying extra attention to the tone of each Chinese word will help you sound more like a native Chinese speaker: First tone (monotone) - sounds like "ahh.." Second tone (rising) - sounds like "huh?" Third tone (falling rising) - sounds like "well..?" Fourth tone (falling) - sounds like "go!"In addition, the same Chinese word with different tones may means different things! So be careful! Revealed: 5 Secrets of Learning Mandarin Chinese 4) Learn the Four Tones
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