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TutorMandarin is an online Chinese language teaching service and mobile application where professional tutors with over 500 hours of experience teach full spoken courses and individual topic-based classes through a state of the art virtual classroom. Each student gets a personalized learning experience -- including their own custom student resume, individual class notes, and educational badges. Plus, all students get free access to our daily What's On articles, curated Youtube videos, and Flashcards.
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TutorMandarin BLOG - 'whats on'
Chinese literature is very beautiful! Tang Poetry was generally composed in the Tang Dynasty and represents Chinese cultural history. Most people say it is China’s greatest contribution to the world literature. As you might be more familiar with traditional English language poems, which are mainly confined to rhyme, meter, and genre type, Chinese poems will Read more about Chinese Literature – Tang Poems[…]
Some people say the appeal of Asian women is undeniable, as most of them get straight black hair, high cheekbones, mysterious eyes, and trim petite bodies. Not to mention, the Chinese girls. Since you’re learning Chinese, you might wanna get a rough idea how to strike up a conversation with an attractive girl (or maybe Read more about How to flirt with a Chinese Girl/ Boy[…]
The chengyu 笨鸟先飞 (bèn niǎo xiān fēi) breaks down to stupid (笨 – bèn) bird (鸟 – niǎo) first (先 – xiān) flies (飞 – fēi). Simply translated in English: a ‘stupid bird flies first’ or ‘the clumsy bird flies early’. These refers to those that have to work hard to compensates for limited ability. Read more about 笨鸟先飞 – A stupid bird flies first[…]
In Western countries, due to the religious reason, 7 is a ubiquitous lucky number which many believe that it is associated with creationism. But some numbers have been thought to be lucky, while others are considered unlucky. So, does 7 be thought as lucky in Chinese culture, too? Unfortunately, not! To learn a Read more about Lucky Numbers in Chinese[…]
“Mandarin Goes Mobile” w/ new APP, TutorMandarin 1-on-1 online Chinese classes taught by certified Mandarin tutors through a state-of-the-art Android app that features a virtual classroom, full in-app courses, interactive daily content, and more. TutorMandarin is available now on Google Play. TutorMandarin has officially launched its Android app today on the Google Play Store, Read more about TutorMandarin Launches Android APP on Google Play![…]
Using a lot of alliteration in sentences, tongue twisters are definitely a great way to practice and improve your pronunciation, accent and fluency when learning a language. You would notice a remarkable improvement in your proficiency of language when practicing a few twisters everyday. Today, we at TutorMandarin will try to teach you how to Read more about Chinese Tongue Twister Challenge[…]
If you have already started learning Chinese, you might have noticed, that many Chinese learning books teach you how to ask “Are you busy?” (你忙吗? – Nǐ máng ma?) even before you are able to introduce yourself. Wondering why? Chinese people are often quite busy. If you consider that most people only have 5 paid Read more about How to ask about someone’s job?[…]
As the saying goes “Time flies like an arrow, and time lost never returns”, it’s now the end of the year again. Most people start a new year with a lot of good resolutions, which they never implement. At TutorMandarin we also have set a few new years resolutions – but we don’t want Read more about 2016 Review[…]
What is it? The chengyu 如虎添翼 (rú hǔ tiān yì) breaks down into the words: like (如Rú) tiger (虎hǔ) add (添tiān) wings (翼yì). This translates nicely to “like adding wings to a tiger” in English. Now, what does it mean to add wings to a tiger? As you can tell from other chengyus, the tiger Read more about 如虎添翼 – Like adding wings to a tiger[…]
In China it is all about “bargaining”! Everything is negotiable! Therefore, besides shopping in supermarkets or malls, you should try to bargain with Chinese vendors in markets. The first price is always too high and especially, if a foreigner asks for. Therefore, people should know some basic Chinese phrases to be able to deal with Read more about Bargain skills while shopping in China[…]