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Q: which mandarin school you will choose to in shanghai?

Hi all,

I am a foreigner will work in shanghai and i need study mandarin. Who can tell me how to choose a mandarin school in shanghai?

If you know something please let me know,many thx!

7 years 9 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Shanghai

 
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When I choose to a Mandarin school when I am foreigner will work in Shanghai, I choose to learn English first, so that later when I anonymously post a reply advertising my crappy Mandarin school, people might think I'm actually a foreigner.

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How to choose a good Mandarin School?

Stay far away from dishonest, scamming money traps like the one announced and promoted by "yeah001".

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i see that ~thx your guys and my friend told me another mandarin school in shanghai,its name is Mandarin Morning Chinese center. But i am not sure about that and i don't know this school is good or not. do you guys heard this one?

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Better Chinese learning,Better shanghai life!rnFighting for Best mandarin!

 
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Hi Angela. I am glad your friend could recommend another mandarin school for you as I know that you have plenty of other things to do as a foreigner in a big city like Shanghai. I love the way you have left the teeny weeny bit suspicious signature on your post though.

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