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seankyh

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Anyone can recommend a good place to learn Chinese spoken and read?
Preferably at night as I have to work in the morning. Maybe some kind of executive class program?
 

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I give up, many courses rush thru the lesson, and insist teaching me how to write WTF I cannot even speak!
Best you take 1 on 1 lesson, so can tailor to your need if you really want to learn.
 

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Anyone can recommend a good place to learn Chinese spoken and read?
Preferably at night as I have to work in the morning. Maybe some kind of executive class program?
have a chinese girl friend (not girl-friend, but lady friend); you will learn in leaps and bounds.

tuition centre is an old fashion way to pick up a language. most are over priced and boring.
 

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have a chinese girl friend (not girl-friend, but lady friend); you will learn in leaps and bounds.

tuition centre is an old fashion way to pick up a language. most are over priced and boring.
I'm married lar.. anyway, I speak a little mandarin. Hokkien is my mother tongue. Just need to polish up and learn sentences.
 

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I'm married lar.. anyway, I speak a little mandarin. Hokkien is my mother tongue. Just need to polish up and learn sentences.
Read the Cl2 papers n use the dictionary. The best economic way in learning!:bsmilie:
 

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I'm married lar.. anyway, I speak a little mandarin. Hokkien is my mother tongue. Just need to polish up and learn sentences.
Hokkien as mother tongue? Hehe, first time heard of smth like tht....

Aiyah, who says married cannot have girl friend(aka lady friend).....

Dun think too much, "friend" only:bsmilie:
 

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Singapore Chinese Chamber Institute of Biz have chinese classes. If not can buy their text book incl CD from Bras Basah.
 

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Hokkien as mother tongue? Hehe, first time heard of smth like tht....

Aiyah, who says married cannot have girl friend(aka lady friend).....

Dun think too much, "friend" only:bsmilie:
I grew up in Malacca. Parents' family both speak Hokkien. School I cakap Melayu. So din learn Chinese lor..:cry:
 

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Singapore Chinese Chamber Institute of Biz have chinese classes. If not can buy their text book incl CD from Bras Basah.
This is a good place to learn Chinese.
I would go there myself IF i am not a half past six.

Anyway u can try going to Karoke!!! they work better than most of the language classes i took :p
 

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