Master the Mandarin Chinese Language with Linguaphone
No previous language experience is required with Linguaphone’s highly acclaimed Mandarin Chinese language course, which has helped thousands of people learn Mandarin Chinese to an advanced level.
Written by Mandarin Chinese language experts and using native speakers, our Complete Mandarin Chinese language course will give you a good grounding in the grammar, verb tenses and sentence structure needed to communicate effectively and confidently in Mandarin Chinese.
This popular course covers a mixture of social, travel and business scenarios and includes a wide range of course material to help you master the Mandarin Chinese language. Not only that, but you’ll develop an active vocabulary of over 2,000 Mandarin Chinese words.
What the Linguaphone advanced Mandarin Chinese language course includes:
8 audio CDs or 1 GB USB Stick (choose Books+CD or Books+USB on Product Options above when ordering).
A 244 page handbook which provides step-by step lesson plans, full grammatical explanations and fun activities.
A 238 page textbook – contains the printed and illustrated transcription of the CD Recordings.
A 194 page Oral Exercise book – with spoken exercises to improve your accent and pronunciation.
A Study guide - contains full instructions of how to plan your study to get the most out of your course.
A 24 page Alphabet book – Explains how to read and write the letters of the Chinese alphabet in the romanised version of Pinyin.
Free online audio service. Sign into your course on our e-learning system and listen on any device, anywhere in the world.
A Linguaphone carry case.
Language levels you will achieve:
What you’ll learn:
Over 2,000 practical Mandarin Chinese phrases and sayings.
Sample topics covered:
Sightseeing and asking for directions.
Asking questions and ordering food and drink.
Visiting the doctor.
Language Level: from A1 Complete Beginner to A2/B1 Independent User by the end of the course as defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)