Mandarin Chinese 2: Chinese for Beginners
date_range Débute le 21 mars 2017
event_note Se termine le 25 avril 2017
list 5 séquences
assignment Niveau : Introductif
label Anglais et Langues étrangères
chat_bubble_outline Langue : Anglais
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credit_card Formation gratuite
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En résumé

Mandarin Chinese 2: Chinese for beginners is a beginner's course of Mandarin Chinese in continuation of Mandarin Chinese 1: Chinese for beginners. It uses lectures, short plays, interactive exercises and cultural tips to help learners build a fundamental capability of oral Chinese in real-life situations. At the end of the 5-lesson course, the learners will reach the following proficiency: ♦ 300 words ♦ 40 language points ♦ handling 10 real-life situations Completing "Mandarin Chinese 1: Chinese for beginners" or having attended Chinese courses of any types for at least 15 hours is the prerequisite.

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Le programme

  • Week 1 - Lesson 6 Qù túshūɡuǎn zěnme zǒu ? 去图书馆怎么走? How to get to the library? Part 1(Please complete Mandarin Chinese 1: Chinese for beginners before you start this module)
    Learning how to ask for directions and places; Learning how to talk to taxi drivers
  • Week 1 - Lesson 6 Qù túshūɡuǎn zěnme zǒu? 去图书馆怎么走? How to get to the library? Part 2
    Learning how to ask for directions and places; Learning how to talk to taxi drivers
  • Week 2 - Lesson 7 Nǐ de diànhuà hàomǎ shì duōshǎo? 你的电话号码是多少?What's your phone number? part 1
    Learning how to ask for phone numbers; Learning how to talk about hobbies and leisure activities
  • Week 2 - Lesson 7 Nǐ de diànhuà hàomǎ shì duōshǎo? 你的电话号码是多少?What's your phone number? part 2
    Learning how to ask for phone numbers; Learning how to talk about hobbies and leisure activities
  • Week 3 - Lesson 8 Nǐ zhǎo wǒ yǒu shénme shì? 你找我有什么事? What's up? Part 1
    Learning how to make phone calls; Learning how to make an appointment
  • Week 3 - Lesson 8 Nǐ zhǎo wǒ yǒu shénme shì? 你找我有什么事? What's up? Part 2
    Learning how to make phone calls; Learning how to make an appointment
  • Week 4 - Lesson 9 Wǒ de shǒujī ne? 我的手机呢? Where is my cell phone? Part 1
    Learning how to express the location of things and places
  • Week 4 - Lesson 9 Wǒ de shǒujī ne? 我的手机呢? Where is my cell phone? Part 2
    Learning how to express the location of things and places
  • Week 5 - Lesson 10 Nǐ zěnme le? 你怎么了? Are you feeling sick? Part 1
    Learning some vocabulary for the human body; Learning how to ask about and describe one’s health
  • Week 5 - Lesson 10 Nǐ zěnme le? 你怎么了? Are you feeling sick? Part 2
    Learning some vocabulary for the human body; Learning how to ask about and describe one’s health
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Les intervenants

  • Wang Jun, Associate Professor
    School of Humanities
  • An Na, Ph.D., Lecturer
    School of Humanities, SJTU
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Le concepteur

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, a leading research university located in Shanghai, China, has been regarded as the fastest developing university in the country for the last decade. With special strengths in engineering, science, medicine and business, it now offers a comprehensive range of disciplines in 27 schools with more than 41,000 enrolled students from more than one hundred countries.
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