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With China’s economy growing larger, it is attracting more and more companies and people. Companies, individuals, even whole families want to move to China to invest and start a life with them. If one is to do good business and establish amicable relationships, communication is needed. Learning Chinese is necessary when making business deals and relations with its people. But, is it possible? It might be a challenge, but yes it is possible. #learningChinese #ChineseEdge
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Learning Mandarin has been stereotyped as being hard, confusing, and tedious. On the contrary, with the right teachers and learning environment learning Mandarin in Singapore can be fun and exciting. It is unwise to let the baseless stereotypes to be an obstacle for you to learn Mandarin in Singapore.
We, at Chinese Edge have been steadily breaking this stereotype by providing Mandarin classes for those who want to learn Mandarin in Singapore. We are committed in helping you achieve your target of learning Mandarin in Singapore. #learningmandarin #ChineseEdge
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With the Chinese language gaining more and more recognition, it is expected that people would want to learn more of it. And as people learn to cope and learn, they will come face to face with misconceptions that are bound to block them in the path of learning. Here are 6 of those misconceptions and why are they are exactly just that- misconceptions. #SkillsFuture #Chinese #language #courses #school
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If you are an individual who owns a television or has access to the internet and movies, it is highly probable that you have heard of the Mandarin language. Maybe you hear it on your Chinatown or maybe you even have a neighbour who speaks it. But what is Mandarin, really? Here are three things about Mandarin that would blow your mind. Mandarin is NOT Chinese. Not all of it anyway. This is probably a shock to you but in a perspective, this would hold true. The reality is that Mandarin does not cover the entirety of the Chinese language as it is very broad and rich. They are not synonymous because Mandarin is only a part of Chinese. It is only a slice of the pizza so it does not equate to the whole. #Skillsfuture #Chinese #language #courses
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With the Chinese language being used, spoken and written by roughly 20% of the total world population, the yearn to learn it is definitely normal. Chinese character writing, in particular, is an art form on its own and whether you want to learn it for communicating or just for the beauty of its art, you have to start somewhere. Skillsfuture language courses give you, a beginner, a few pointers that you need to know if you want to start writing these characters. This is a short pointer-guide that will give you an idea to what you will be dealing with once you decide to begin your lessons and learning. #SkillsFuture #Language #Chinese #courses #Learn
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The reason why you are probably here reading this article is that you have started learning the Chinese language and has narrowed it down to deciding whether you should be learning the Traditional or the Simplified version. To help you decide, it would be best to take Chinese lessons in Singapore, but for the purpose of this article, here are three glaring differences between the two. #Skillsfuture #Chinese #Mandarin #language #courses
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Learning Chinese as a second language is very difficult to start with. Though there are different methods, you can choose, where to start the lesson is very challenging. It is often perceived that this language is the hardest to learn, but as you get to know the basics, you feel interested to further understand the structure and the advanced language settings. #learning #Chinese #Mandarin #Language #courses #Skillsfuture #credits
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Like English, learning Mandarin Chinese will become necessary for better business leverage in Singapore. There is no denying the influence of the Chinese in this country in terms of culture and business. Especially in the business part, the relation of Singapore and China is on the brighter side. #Learning #Chinese #Mandarin #Language #Courses
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Most learners think Mandarin language is difficult, but it is, in fact, the other way around. This language is very similar to learning the English complete with its sentence parts. Though the alphabet characters might be quite confusing, once you start learning the basics, the rest just comes along flowing. Chinese Mandarin is one of the major languages spoken in Singapore and with its ethnicity of 74% of the total population are Chinese –Singaporeans. To be able to bust off the difficulty of this language, one can Learn Chinese in Singapore through various language centres that provide authentic and native Chinese lessons. Our WSQ approved Skillsfuture language courses funding have provided a right platform for learners to benefit from this learning. #Skillsfuture #Language #Chinese #Mandarin #courses
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Chinese is the number one language with the most people using it so this would be the smartest move you will ever make is to get yourself enrolled to our WSQ approved Skillsfuture Chinese courses. If you are just in Asia, you may want to get yourself in learning Chinese in Singapore. Singapore is a not so populated country and with good night and shopping life too, so you would still have fun while learning Chinese in Singapore. So to make you decide more why you should get Chinese lessons, here are some of the advantages. #skillsfuture #Mandarin #Chinese #Language #courses
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