I’m really happy to feature a guest post today from Judith Meyer.
Judith is currently working on LearnYu.com, a free Chinese course which learns your individual strengths and weaknesses and generates custom-tailored exercises just for you.
Now here’s the exciting part! There is currently a campaign going on to raise money for the creation of more levels of the course. The aim is to eventually run all the way up to the HSK 6 (equivalent of C2… or super advanced!!!).
If you like the site and would like to get involved, please consider donating towards the creation of more lessons. The campaign runs until Wednesday this week! Enter Judith…
Are you among the growing number of people learning Chinese?
Beginner-level Chinese is quite easy. You can just put words together, forget about grammar… and it’s usually OK!
It can end up sounding quite clinical though, devoid of emotions or inflections. What’s more, you can’t rely on sentence melody to convey your state of mind either. Tones are difficult to get right, and Chinese sentence melody is different anyway.
So what’s the quickest way to add flavour to your Chinese?
Here are three words that will have a huge impact. Continue reading…