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Q: how to learn chinese language?

8 years 11 weeks ago in  General  - Xi'an

 
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There are many ways.  The key is finding the way that works best for you.  Start off simple with books, then podcasts, then online, then maybe even a face-to-face class. See which works best with your personal style of learning.

For me one-on-one with a good tutor works best.  But finding the time and the "good tutor" is the difficult part.

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God this poster is OBVIOUSLY Chinese. They keep posting idiot questions in Chinglish format. 

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how many ways are there to ask this question
answer more than I could have imagined.
Try reading previous posts over the last month and you will find 2 or 3  that will have some of the answers you are looking for.
Ni ming bai ma

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Being born here sure helps.

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