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Mandarin Chinese

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Bringing our practical and lovable approach to language, we’re bringing this same energy to our video series on Mandarin Chinese. With over 30 episodes covering tones, structure, pinyin and more, we’ll touch on everything you need to know about speaking and reading (and writing!) in Mandarin.
These videos go into depth on some common phrases to speak and write in Mandarin. Topics include how to say hello, goodbye, how to ask yes & no questions, and talk about nationalities. Find out how to write ‘Happy New Year’ and even ‘Mango.’
These tutorial videos will help you access and start using the Pinyin keyboards on your devices for even more practice. Find out how to start typing on iOS, Android, Windows 7, Windows 10, and Mac.
Mandarin Chinese - Radical Chart
This easy-to-read chart maps out the 40 most commonly used Mandarin Chinese radicals along with their phonetics (Pīnyīn) and English translations.
Mango’s Mandarin course outline
Download our Mandarin Chinese course outline which detail the goals and topics covered in each chapter.
Six Mandarin Chinese Business Phrases for Your Next Conference Call
Mango Blog Post

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