Hacking Chinese

A better way of learning Mandarin

Articles tagged with ‘Course’

  1. Extra course content and new-semester discount

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    I have added content to my course in the form of a study checklist highlighting things you can do to upgrade the way you’re learning Chinese. I also offer a new-semester discount for the course, valid until the end of Thursday next week (September 8th).

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  2. Launching Hacking Chinese: A Practical Guide to Learning Mandarin

    A Practical Guide to Learning Mandarin

    I’m proud to announce the launch of a new course: Hacking Chinese: A Practical Guide to Learning Mandarin. It’s the result of thousands of hours of work and just like the Hacking Chinese website, it is about how to learn Chinese in a better way. The course consists of video episodes, an in-depth e-book and an audio version. Get it before Christmas for a handsome discount!

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  3. The Hacking Chinese tone training course

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    Learning to hear the difference between tones is difficult for many learners. Research shows that speaker variability and a systematic and predictable approach are key to overcoming the problem. With this article, I launch a tone training course, which is meant to provide you with just that. For free!

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  4. Hacking Chinese Pronunciation course now open for registration

    The Hacking Chinese pronunciation course is back in a new, heavily upgraded version! It contains a systematic assessment of your pronunciation, including detailed error analysis and in-depth explanations of priority problems, all done manually by me for your benefit. The number of slots for this course is limited!

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  5. Improve your pronunciation with the Hacking Chinese pronunciation check

    I’ve found that pronunciation is one of the most neglected areas in Chinese language teaching. Teachers don’t have the time or don’t know how to teach it properly. This means that students are left with bad pronunciation, often without knowing it. The goal with this course, which is now open for limited testing, tries to address this.

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