Chinese Mandarin 6

By the end of this course, you will have mastered the basics of the Mandarin language, both grammar and vocabulary; you will have learnt enough either to go off to a country where Mandarin is spoken and pick it up there, or possibly to embark upon more formal study.

  • 27 August
    5 weeks, Tue & Thu 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    Session information
    Session 1
    Tue 27 Aug 18:00 - Tue 27 Aug 19:30
    Session 2
    Thu 29 Aug 18:00 - Thu 29 Aug 19:30
    Session 3
    Tue 03 Sep 18:00 - Tue 03 Sep 19:30
    Session 4
    Thu 05 Sep 18:00 - Thu 05 Sep 19:30
    Session 5
    Tue 10 Sep 18:00 - Tue 10 Sep 19:30
    Session 6
    Thu 12 Sep 18:00 - Thu 12 Sep 19:30
    Session 7
    Tue 17 Sep 18:00 - Tue 17 Sep 19:30
    Session 8
    Thu 19 Sep 18:00 - Thu 19 Sep 19:30
    Session 9
    Tue 24 Sep 18:00 - Tue 24 Sep 19:30
    Session 10
    Thu 26 Sep 18:00 - Thu 26 Sep 19:30
    • $399.00 incl. GST
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Unit 1 - The accident - You will be able to use Mandarin to describe an accident and also offer help; you will also revise a lot of the material covered at the previous level.
Unit 2 - Using a gadget - You will be able to talk about simple operations in Mandarin, asking and describing how hings work.
Unit 3 - Student days - You will be able to talk about your education and describe what you used to do when you were younger.
Unit 4 - Murder at sea! - You will be able to talk about travel by sea, and about a series of events in the past.
Unit 5 - If I won the lottery… - You will be able to use your Mandarin to speculate on what you would do if something else were to happen.
Unit 6 - Parents and children - You will be able to discuss family relationships, and you will know how to give advice and make recommendations in Mandarin.
Unit 7 - The world of art - You will be able to describe pictures or photos in Mandarin, and also talk about things happening in the distant past.
Unit 8 - Lives of the famous - You will be able to understand and give descriptions of people’s lives in Mandarin, and also talk about the lives of famous stars.
Unit 9 - Reading material - You will be able to talk about books and newspaper articles which you’ve read, and begin to understand passages of written Mandarin; you will also be better equipped to make intelligent guesses about meanings.
Unit 10 - Your country and mine - You will be able to make comparisons between countries, and you will also have looked at some of the harder points of Mandarin grammar not covered in these courses, so that you can recognise them in the future.

(Please note that the information here may change slightly, since we make ongoing revisions to our course material in the light of client feedback, and may also adjust it to suit the needs of particular classes.)