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Games 2 Learn Chinese offers free educational content and free Chinese learning games fromLittleNex.com, our members-only site.

Ann Light, the International School of Beijing (China)

Visit our bookstore for reference books, dictionaries, novels, comic books, childrens books, all for learning Chinese!

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Play FREE onlineeducational games for learning Chinesefrom our members-only siteLittleNexand enjoy FREE Chinese learning tools such aspicture flashcardswith both pinyin and Chinese characters (calligraphy and print), annotatedbilingual ebooksin basic, intermediate, and advanced Chinese, andChinese vocabulary listscarefully organized by subject and difficulty level and featuring pinyin and English translation.

Use our FREE online tool from our members-only site LittleNexto practice writing Chinese and turn any device into a virtual blackboard! Simple and easy-to-use, and ready when you are wherever you are.

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Pinyinis the phonetics developed in the 1950s by Mainland China for transliterating Chinese characters into the Roman alphabet.

Jyutpingis used as the notation system for Cantonese.Read more…

Traditional characters can nonetheless be learned with some of ourflashcardsgames, andebooks.

Visually memorize complex Chinese characters or words with wallpapers! Choose your format: desktop, mobile, or tablet.

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5 new Chinese vocabulary guides to read the Berenstain Bears in Chinese! Skip the frustration and read the books along with their Chinese vocabulary guide. Each basic to intermediate term is listed in order of appearance with its pinyin and English translation. Get the FREE excerpt!

Let your kids learn simple Chinese with coloring pages, spot-the-difference games, and pair-off games!

Most of them share common terms and some degree of intelligibility or understanding.

There are between 7 and 13 main regional groups of Chinese.

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Unless otherwise stated, Chinese is understood asMandarin Chinesethroughout the website.

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The Chinese characters we feature are thesimplified charactersofficially used in China.

Character-based online flashcards are color-coded for the 4 tones in Mandarin. Image-based flashcards are a quick way to memorize Chinese.

I am a Chinese teacher in Australia and I have been totally astounded with the results your games have produced. Thank you very much for producing these which, despite their simplicity, are so fantastically effective.

Read Chinese with the Harry Potter books! Get FREE extracts from the Chinese edition and FREE vocabulary guides to follow along.

Read free excerpts from the Chinese version of the Harry Potter books! Each excerpt comes with its own vocabulary list (pinyin and English included).

Learn the names of all the colors of the rainbow and more in Chinese! There are 3 levels and 45 questions to answer. Start with red, yellow, green, and blue, and end up learning pink, brown, and golden as well!

You will also find herefree excerptsof well-known literature works in Chinese with theirChinese vocabulary guidesin English and pinyin to help with Mandarin reading. Quiz yourself in a fun and interactive way with our FREEChinese characters online flashcards.Help yourself to some awesomelycool wallpapersthat will help you memorize the most difficult Chinese characters. Help yourkids and toddlers learn Chinese, find the meaning ofyour name in Chine搜索引擎优化r just have fun exploring our website!

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Learn Pinyin and Chinese characters with fun mini-games that have been proven effective by teachers around the world!

Why is Mandarin always presented as the official Chinese language?

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Students Special: here is the UNCLUTTERED and complete list of the 150 words you must know to pass your HSK level 1! HSK is a Chinese Language Proficiency test. Learn more about ithere.

Pinyin is not the only transcription system for Chinese. Other systems such asZhuyinor Bopomofo, theYale Romanizationor theWade-Giles, which was the system in use in the English-speaking world for most of the 20th century, are also valid and commonly known notation systems.

We usePinyinto represent the standard pronunciation of Mandarin in all of our content.

A person speaking only Cantonese can still find out what a person from Beijing wants to say, just by following a set of conversion patterns.

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Mandarin is the official language of China and Taiwan, as well as one of the four official languages of Singapore. It is also one of the six official languages of the United Nations. This position on the international scene makes it look like a run-of-the-mill language.

To learn more on Chinese traditional characters, Chinese simplified characters, pinyin and other Chinese languages, see the Chinese language courses at our Member

16 new Chinese printable flashcards about musical instruments: learn the words for cello, harmonica, piano, and more!

Complex concepts are always taught through games andlearning Chineseis no exception. Learning the smart way means stimulating your learning experience with a rewarding factor. Only then will your learning be a success and a fun adventure. Be cool, be smart.

For example, most characters pronouncedbianin Beijing are converted intobinin Cantonese.

Neat, illustrated and colorful flashcards with English, Pinyin, and 2 different styles of Chinese characters.

4 new eCards for the Year of the Dog! Impress your friends and send them an eCard in Chinese. Select the image, choose your sentiment (in English or in Chinese), and youre good to go!

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Learn useful Chinese words with our basic to advanced Chinese vocabulary lists by subjects and read-along vocabulary guides.

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Chinese is a group of related but quite different language varieties.

Cantonesewhich is a major Chinese dialect spoken around the world will be added later to our program.

EBook in new format with vocabulary guide attached! Each selected vocabulary word appears in blue in the text, and listed with its pinyin and English definition in the guide. Cross-referenced reading and vocabulary sections allow you to jump easily back and forth.

Mandarin or Standard Chinese (also calledPutonghua, Guoyu,orHuayu) is the standardized form of the Beijing dialect.

Beginner ebooks show word-for-word Pinyin and English. More advanced Chinese texts include annotations and selected Pinyin / translation.

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