Basic Chinese ABC for Zero Beginners
Basic Chinese ABC for Zero Beginners is an introductory courses customize designed for foreigner to learn mandarin, suitable for ZERO beginners.
This is the KEY to a series Chinese Courses: "Learn Chinese with David (LCWD)", which is a product of many years painstaking labour carried out with the passion and devotion to the cause of Chinese Teaching by David, proven to be possible the Best course in YouTube.
Many Zero beginners who want study mandarin Chinese but don't know how or scared by the Chinese Characters. From David Yao's past 20 years mandarin teaching experience, he is very glad to take the challenge to present you a short course which will:
-to prove Chinses is such an easy and straight forward language.
-to show the beauty of this ancient language which still in full vigour in current days
-to nurturing your interest to experience more on Chinese learning journey.
-to open a window show you the true Chinese Culture.
-to enrich your life and bring the youth to your brain as Chinese will train your brain in different area.
At the end of this 90 minutes course, you will:
- be able to speak out 100 sentences.
- have a big picture of Chinese language.
- learn that Chinese is a LEGOOOO game
- know the trick part of Chinese.
- know the nice part of Chinese.
- know the Pinyin (Pronunciation System)
-know the secrets how the Chinese characters were created
-to learn Chinese Strokes Chinese Characters are made of Strokes, there is NO Alphabet
-to learn Basic Seven Rules of Chinese Stroke Orders
-to kown how many Chinese Characters, For You or For All
-know the basic Grammar (maybe no Grammar in certain senses)
-have the survival language skills in China.
The basic 35 Greetings, The basic vocabulary you must know in order to expand 35 Greetings pattern into 350 sentence of your own. including You He And Me; Numbers;
More basic vocabulary: Date, Day, Month, Week; This and That; Ask Questions; Directions; To Be - universal for is, am, are, was, were; Yes or No
How to say "Hello" in Chinese?
The Secrets of how the Chinese Characters were created; callings for Chinese Language; The Radicals,
Chinese is a LEGOOOO game. Three Attributes – SMS ; The trick part of Chinese; The nice part of Chinese
Pinyin is Chinese Romanization (Pronunciation System, Spell Sound literally)
By helping of Pinyin, you will be able read out Mandarin Chinese.
If you are not expecting to be news narrator, you can achieve 80% even more in just minutes if you know how to read English.
Grammar is an easy part of Chinese language, Maybe there is no grammar in certain senses.
We will present the Basic Sentence Order, which is the sequence of how to put the LEGOO blocks together.
The 2nd most common Sentence Pattern will enable you speak more.
Chinese Characters are made of Strokes, there is NO Alphabet; Basic Seven Rules of Chinese Stroke Orders; How many Chinese Characters , For You or For All
David yao, the founder of legoo mandarin, Education Video (Edeo dot biz ), born in china, resides in Kuala lump, Malaysia, master degree from university Malaya, acca (uk) member. have 20 years’ experience in mandarin teaching for foreigners. Teaching is also a process of learning, especially for me. i enjoy the teaching and always try to find the best way from outsider. the online education is the one of trend which will shape our future education. combining my master of it, i am focusing on mandarin Chinese online teaching and education and still looking the best it solution to integrate my mandarin teaching systemic materials and methods. legoo is my effort of the past 18 years! as a teenager in middle school, i had no interest in languages. i even failed Chinese in my university entry examination. as i grew older, i began to teach friend’s kids occasionally in mandarin in Malaysia when i studied here. i discovered many smart boys had the same trait as me: no interest in language. i began to look the answer for: why do we all not like languages? i had a great grandfather yiu hong, who was a famous Chinese writer and chief editor for his publishing company. i studied Chinese again whilst studying English in addition to way it was taught. an answer was found: we don’t like language because there is no challenge like maths or other subjects, it is boring! i can read, talk, write, and why ask me to memorize so many details and complicated thing!