Speaking Chinese like a native speaker fast

Most effective way to learn Chinese for complete beginners
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Instructed by Michelle Wei Language / Chinese
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  • Lectures 26
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
  • Includes Lifetime access
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About This Course

Published 3/2016 English

Course Description

More and more people are learning Chinese now because of the booming economy and large population in China. There could be plenty of reasons why you wanna learn Chinese,you might want to travel , work,or go to school in China, or you just really admire the Chinese culture.

This course follows the natural process of learning a language, just like how we learnt our mother language, which is completely different from the traditional way of language learning.

We will play a dialogue spoken by two to three native speakers. Listen as much as possible, like a little baby, emerse your brain into the conversation, pay attention to the gestures and any other kind of visual content matches the sound you hear and try to guess the meaning.

play the conversation as often as possible, until you are able to understand the content and even able to predict what the next word sounds like.

The video dialogue will be followed by an explanation lecture, with pin yin, and every detail from the video dialogue. You can listen, repeat, and try to imitate the pronounciation of a word using shadowing technique ( repeat right after you hear a word or a sentence) you can record yourself and compare yourself with native speaker.

In the end, there will be vocabulary extension PPT with sound track.

After finishing this course, you will be able to communicate with native Chiense speakers with confidence, even speak with a genuine Chinese accent.

What are the requirements?

  • Immerse your brain into the Chinese language environment. watch a lot of Chinese movies, news etc.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • This course follows the natural process and most effective way of learning a language, just like how we learnt our mother toungue
  • Students will be able to cope with over 58% of daily chinese conversations after finishing this course, communicate freely with native chinese speakers and have a genuine chinese accent

Who is the target audience?

  • Complete beginner students and students who want to improve their Chinese listening and speaking fast

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.


Section 1: Common Rules in Chinese Language

This lecture shows the most common tone changes in chiense. There are four tones in chiense, but sometimes the tones change in different context.

Tones in Chinese
common tone changes in chinese
saying hello conversation

most commonly used chinese vocabulary for school


the most commonly used vocabularies when you go to hospital


When you want to say congrats to your friends or give them best wishes, this is the lecture for it

Section 2: Greeting your teacher
Hello Mrs Zhang
Lecture explanation: Hello Mrs Zhang
Plural forms in Chinese
Section 3: Are you students?
"Are you students?" conversation
Lecture explanation: She is the headmaster, not teacher
Most commonly used sentence structure when asking questions.
Section 4: Introduce your friends to others
Introduce friend to Mrs Zhang conversation
Lecture explanation: Introduce friend to Mrs Zhang
Section 5: Saying thank you for picking up things
Saying thank you for picking up things
Lecture explanation: expressing gratitude
Section 6: My sister is twenty
My sister is 20 conversation
Lecture explanation: My sister is 20
Describe a person
Section 7: How many books do you have?
How many books do you have conversation
Lecture explanation: How many books do you have?
measure words in Chinese
Section 8: Do you have good friends?
"Do you have good friends?" conversation
Lecture explanation: Do you have good friends?
languages and nationalities

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Instructor Biography

Michelle Wei, Secret Guides of learning chinese like a native speaker

I was born and raised in China, got my degree in Chinese teaching in shenzhen university in China, after graduation, i worked in Chinese training centers in three countries, for over 3 years, learning the techniques of how to teach Chinese and whats the best way of learning Chinese as a seond language. Then I went to california state university in long beach to pursue masters degree (MBA), while I was studying there, I made friends with a lot of students who were learning Chinese as a second language, I got my tutor job there, and did a lot of research about how to teach Chinese easily. My conclusion was, there is always an innovative way to learn a language, which is to follow the natural process of learning a language, just like how people learnt their mother language. After utilizing the new way of chinese teaching in my daily tutoring job, students are a lot happier when they learn the language, and they've made huge progresses in short period.

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