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I am learning Mandarin! It's very hard...but useful!
I'm studying mandarin too^^ but I've just started a few weeks ago so I'm not very good haha.
你好！Thanks for your response, I have been learning mandarin for about 1 year and 3
months. I am currently in Year 9 and am finding it seemingly difficult
because I also have to learn German and French. Soon though, I will
drop GermAn (even though I languages!)
so am i it easy if you remember it in rhymes
Hey guys, I've been studying Chinese for 3 and a half years so I can help with anyone in secondary school! Does anyone know people taking it for A-level, because I'm debating choosing it at sixth form. Great Chinese writing there by the way!
I happen to be chinese and i speak manderin and cantonese so if anyone needs help just ask coz if i don't know i can just ask my parents.
I did my GCSE in chinese last year, and i am considering taking A level too but I do it out of school.
I think you guys are amazing coz i only know one white person who speaks and writes chinese fluently , but she lived in China for six years.
I'm going to China on a school trip this year. I'm really enjoying learning it and I am considering it for A level and GCSE depending on how well I do in the exam. BTW, it's really nice to see all o your contributions to my forum post! Thanks x
I'm going to Beijing this summer with a summer camp.
Where are you going in China? and just be warned that it will probably be very hot.
I'm going on the summer camp too!
thanks for the weather warning!
I know that this sounds really patronising but
1) 和 means and but can not be used to join phrases. so you can use it to say apples and oranges but not in your scentence.
2) I've been learning chinese for two months should be 我學了兩個月中文
this is really good if you've only been learning for two months though
there are plenty of chinese people who don't know any chinese
Modified once, last modified by Pui Pui on Wed 1st June, 2011 @ 19:00
Oh thanks for correcting ^^;
My teacher only teaches vocabulary and no grammar or anyother skill >< I wish there were schools here who taught languages apart from French, German and Spanish Dx
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Modified once, last modified by FutureMedic on Sun 5th June, 2011 @ 20:37
你好Lisa！ 我是英國出生的 ，一直在這裹生活。我現在學音樂、Drama(我不會寫!!)、化學、物理學、生物學、英語(當然啦)、數學、拉丁文、西班牙文還有Religious studies.我去年考了中文GCSE。
嗨珮瑜~ 我是12歲來英國的，我現在在學GCSE 英文，數學，音樂，法語，科學，歷史，RE跟Graphics. 好高興有人學中文-不然都沒人經歷學語言的痛苦過程....(我來這邊才學的英文)
Modified once, last modified by FutureMedic on Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 20:36
what do u do for chinese GCSE?? is it hard??
what do you do in speaking, writting, listening, reading??
for speaking&writting, do you get to plan it and memorise it??
At my school u get a different grade for speaking, listening, reading and writing and then an overall grade-and if ur doing an oral exam then u shd b aloud a sheet with bullet points for vocab and stuff and u can memorise it before hand. But, if ur doin a written one then it depends on the actual exam, hop i helped and also talk 2 ur teacher about it :))
Yeah, I have been learning chinese (GCSE) for 3 1/2 ish years now- Our teacher is easy going and sweet so she helps us alot ! For us It's practically the same as what lizzie said.
Wo Xihuan Zhongwen Ke!