Learning Chinese Resources
Learning Mandarin can be tricky at times, so we’d like to make your journey as smooth as possible.
It’s important to find the best way of learning Chinese for you. Everyone is different and finds different methods of language learning.
So to give you some inspiration, we’ve got some top tips for you. Let’s start off with our free learning Chinese PDF …
Learn Chinese Free PDF Ebook
Download our learning Chinese resources – this free PDF will give you top tips on how to learn mandarin the right way from ten language experts.
Ten different angles on how to really get to grips with Chinese.
Choosing to start learning Chinese is a huge under-taking but we want to do our best to help you learn from our mistakes.
LTL’s founder Andreas Laimbock gives some insight into his own learning mandarin journey.
Make yourself an effective plan for learning Chinese using our experts’ advice.
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Even More Learning Chinese Resources…
Learn Chinese through TV
One of the best ways we’ve found to learn Chinese is by picking something that interests you and to use it as a tool to motivate your studying. Choose your favourite TV series and learn some famous quotes or character names.
Build up both your vocabulary and grammar and get chatting about game of thrones with your Chinese friends for example….
Or perhaps old classic Friends is more your style…
Chinese Vocabulary Building Blocks
Using images to help you remember vocabulary is a great way of getting words which are otherwise completely different to your native language into your head.
Although the individual sounds might feel completely different and difficult to remember, once you’ve started building up your vocabulary learning more new words starts to get easier and easier.
This is because many words are really logical in mandarin. For example a flying (飞) machine (机) is a plane (飞机).
Likewise a refrigerator in Chinese is an electric (电) ice (冰) box (箱) = 电冰箱. Or sometimes this is abbreviated to simply 冰箱 ice box.
And a mobile phone is a hand (手) machine (机) = 手机。