Learn Mandarin in Singapore

Learn Mandarin in Singapore are experienced in working with both large and small corporations and organizations to bring flexible, efficient and cost-effective tuition. As with any tailor-made course, Learn Mandarin in Singapore will take regular feedback from participants. This way, any issues can be immediately addressed by our Academic and Operations Teams, and we can ensure the course is of the quality you would expect. Tone marks. The 4 tones are shown in Pinyin by using one of the 4 tone marks over a vowel. Dani will explain these in more detail in Lesson 2, which is all about tones. You can easily type the tone marks on this website with our simple number system. By pressing a number key from 1 to 4, your letter will automatically show the respective tone mark above it! Beijing International Airport is the first taste of China that numerous travellers experience. An exceptionally up to date and vast third terminal was finished in time for the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008. It’s agreeable surroundings make for a charming first impression to China for the weary traveller. It’s a perfect place to begin on your journey to learn Chinese. Learn Mandarin in Singapore Service: Living in China, a country where English is not spoken, is most of the time a lot of fun, however at times can also be quite challenging, especially at the beginning. How to exchange money, get wireless mobile service, find the next bus station, buy clothes and many other seemingly basic tasks can be difficult when you do not fully understand yet what people say and live in a culture that different to your own. Let the LEARN MANDARIN IN SINGAPORE team be your cultural translator, advise you when you do not know what to do, and be your friend when you feel lost. We will help you to settle into this culture, introduce you to new friends, take you out for dinners, and translate for you when you do not understand. For most of our students LEARN MANDARIN IN SINGAPORE is more than just a school, it is a home away from home, where you meet friends, get help and support, or just share your experiences with others over a cup of tea. Our instructors come from Beijing, Shanghai, and Taipei, and they speak Mandarin  with standard Mandarin pronunciation. However, in case you would like to learn Mandarin from a Taiwanese instructor, we will supply you with a Taiwanese instructor. The Singapore Society- Singapore society is made up of different ethnic groups that originate mainly from Southeast Asia, China, and the European countries. Today, the Chinese comprise 77 per cent of the Singapore resident population, the Malays 14 per cent and the Indians 8 per cent. There are also sizeable groups of Eurasians, Arabs and Europeans. The Chinese in Singapore are a relatively heterogeneous population in terms of dialect origin. There are more than 20 dialect groups in our society, these include the Cantonese, Hainanese, Hakkas, Hokkiens, Teochews, et cetera. Local dialects are indisputably a crucial connection to one’s roots in Singapore, stemming from the days when immigrants depended greatly on clans of their own dialect groups for a sense of belonging in a foreign land. If dialects were reinstated into local lives, not just for the elderly but for Learn Mandarin in Singapore youths as well, we would be richer in our heritage and culture. After all, it is often said “language is the key to a culture”. Besides, dialects as languages are also a fundamental way to bridge the cross-generational gap between the elderly and youths that is so prevalent today.