Cupertino, California (PressExposure) October 27, 2011 -- Global interdependence and mass communication often require the ability to function in more than one language. Proficiency in only one language is not enough for current and future economic, societal, and educational success. More and more people are bilingual or multilingual because their daily life and work needs. It is the reality and it is a trend with the globalization.
Many Chinese learners have been struggling for years on Chinese pronunciation and failed to be able to speak Chinese language with correct pronunciation.
When children acquire their mother tongue, they understand and speak before they are capable of reading and writing. This is also true when learning a foreign language. In the Level-1 Chinese lessons, Kids Chinese Podcast helps students have a feeling on Mandarin Chinese phonics and Chinese Characters, and help students build a sense of Chinese language in a very short period of time. Musical tones are the most difficult part in Mandarin Chinese, Kids Chinese Podcast uses the native-language-acquiring approach, namely, the just listening and then understanding way at Level-1 Chinese Lessons for beginners. Language Research Study reports that kids under five can speak a language without any accent just like a native speaker. Starting learning Chinese as early as possible. However, it is never too late to start.
Kids Chinese Podcast is designed for kids from 5 years old up and adult Chinese learners to learn Mandarin Chinese. This Chinese course helps students to learn Chinese listening and speaking via podcast, and Chinese reading and writing via podcast transcript, exercise worksheet, online exercises and quizzes. Chinese lessons' topics are designed using practical dialogues starting with focusing on kids' daily life in the United States while students receive systematic training on Chinese listening, speaking, reading and writing.
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