With Mango’s Mandarin language course, learn Mandarin at home and on the go with our desktop, Android, and iOS apps. Learn practical Mandarin with pronunciation support by native speakers to confidently build your conversation skills. Mango’s courses help everyone from students to boardroom executives to rapidly build language proficiency and cultural understanding by creating their own phrases within a new language structure.
With each Mandarin lesson, you’ll learn Mandarin vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture simultaneously through interactive words and phrases, phonetic pop-ups, and grammar and cultural insights. Our unique Mango Admin Portal tool helps academic, library, and business administrators easily track the progress of their learning community.
Confidently speak Chinese Mandarin like a local. Learn Mandarin language basics all the way to more advanced concepts. Explore the unit outlines to learn Mandarin grammar, greetings, and goals.
Mandarin, Cantonese, or Shanghainese?
You might be surprised to hear that there are hundreds of different languages spoken in China, including Mandarin, Cantonese, and Shanghainese. Although Mandarin is the official language of the country, Cantonese is the primary language spoken by the people of Hong Kong, Macau, and the wider Guangdong province, including Guangzhou, while Shanghainese is the primary language spoken in the central areas of the city of Shanghai.
Explore China’s destinations.
Experience the wonders of China, from the grandeur of the Great Wall of China to the historic Tiananmen Square, one of the largest city squares in the world. Wherever your adventure takes you, whether to the Summer Palace or to the Forbidden City, you won’t get lost with Mango’s Mandarin course. Learn everything from how to ask a local for directions to how to rent a hotel room or even a house, if you find yourself settling down for the longer term.
Build conversation skills around Chinese culture.
Bring more to the dinner conversation by learning to speak about China’s rich cultural heritage, from its political history to the arts, including the ancient sculptures of the Terracotta Army and the beautiful watercolor paintings of 齐白石 [Qi Baishi]. With Mango’s Mandarin course, discover how to mind your table manners the next time you share some Chinese dumplings or Peking duck with your new friends in Beijing.
Free Mandarin resources
Download our Mandarin course outline, and check out our other free resources for learning Chinese Mandarin. Follow @MangoLanguages on your social channels for more tips and tricks on learning a new language.