How to Learn Chinese Language-Basic guide
Chinese is one of the most spoken languages all over the world. Its importance is increasing day by day and more and more students, businessmen and employers are being encouraged to learn this comprehensive language. It is a plus point for employees who are looking for a job in international or multi-national companies to know Chinese Language. The importance of Chinese Language is highly observed if a person is going to China for studies, to do business or even just to visit this amazing country.
But the question is: How to learn Chinese Language? Chinese language is said to have nearly three thousand characters, each of them having one of four different tones, each tone being pronounced differently. If the tone changes, so does the meaning of the word, so it is very important to pronounce each word clearly. Basically, learning Chinese Language is fun, speaking words and pronouncing them correctly is definitely an art. And then writing them down is an amazing experience. The beauty of Chinese Language lies in its writing.
There are several ways to learn Chinese. If you’re in China, then you are going to learn most of it by yourself by your everyday experiences with Chinese people. The citizens of China communicate only in Chinese language, so you will be forced to learn and use some very basic Chinese for everyday life. Communication in Chinese itself is an effective way to learn Chinese quickly; once you start using basic words, you’ll find it much easier to connect them and form longer sentences.
One important thing that should be kept in mind is the structure of sentences in Chinese. Unlike English, Chinese has a different structure. Do not translate the words from English to Chinese with same sentence structure. Here is an example to help you understand this point
To add more, watching Chinese movies is another way to increase your Chinese vocabulary. I admit that at first, you will understand nothing and it will be difficult for you to grab the words. But, once you get command on understanding Chinese, you are halfway to your success in learning Chinese.
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