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Ninchanese (The Ultimate Review)

Game-like apps are nothing new to the language learning world. Just hop onto the Google Play store or Iphone app store and you're likely to find a slew of Chinese learning apps.  With such a large

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What’s The Deal With Babbel Chinese? (Course Info)

So you've decided to take a huge step and learn Chinese Mandarin. You can't wait to get your feet wet in the language, but you also might be unsure where to start (I certainly was when I started learning

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How Hard is it to Learn Mandarin Chinese?

OK, so let’s bottom-line it for you: the standard answer to “how long does it take to learn Mandarin Chinese” is about 2,200 class hours. Put another way: if you put in five hours of practice a day,

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Best Programs to Learn Chinese Mandarin (The Top 5)

It's not easy to find a good program for learning Chinese...A lot of companies put a "Chinese Mandarin" label on their Spanish or French course and call it a day. As a result Mandarin often doesn't get

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3 Ways Yabla Will Improve Your Mandarin Chinese (A Full Review)

Mandarin Chinese may be one of the most rewarding foreign languages to learn. The whole experience of learning the language from the culture, the people, to the places is amazing. But Mandarin

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Rosetta Stone Review Chinese Mandarin (Pros and Cons)

Rosetta Stone is the big name in the world of language learning. Some people have serious problems with their courses, while others swear by them. Rosetta Stone courses certainly have their share

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ChineseClass101 Review

Review of: Chineseclass101 Use: Chinese lessons organized as podcasts. Chineseclass101 also contains several self-study tools to supplement their audio content. Effectives Engaging podcasts

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Pimsleur Chinese Mandarin Review (Pros & Cons)

Ask someone which language is the hardest for native English speakers to learn and you’re very likely to hear “Chinese Mandarin” alongside other notoriously difficult languages like Japanese,

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