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A beginner’s guide to learning the Chinese language

Posted by: | Posted on: Nov 17, 2018

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A beginner’s guide to learning the Chinese language.

 

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Now YOU Can Finally Learn Chinese at Your Own Pace Using Simple Techniques and Tricks.

Don’t waste your time and money on high priced courses… Instead, save yourself tons of time and money by learning Chinese the quick and easy way!

The Quick and Easy Beginner’s Guide to Learning Chinese.

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The 2 Top Reasons to Learn Chinese:

1) China is quickly becoming a world leader economically…don’t you want to be able to communicate effectively?

With China’s recent economic explosion, it’s quickly becoming a necessity to at least have the skills needed to work with them. Many major companies are looking for people who can help them communicate and establish themselves in China. The best way to get an edge on your competition in the job market is by being useful in non-traditional qualifications.

2) Establish YOUR business in a thriving market that is hungry for new products and services.

If you happen to own a business of any kind, then it makes complete sense to get your foot in the door with the Chinese speaking cultures as soon as possible. The market is huge, and they are looking for ways to spend money…why not provide them with YOUR products and services?

Here is what you will learn inside this guide:

  • The facts regarding the Chinese language. Did you know that the Chinese language is spoken by a whopping 1.3 billion people in some form? We’ll briefly touch on the different Chinese dialects to help you choose the right one for you.
  • What does it take to learn Chinese? The written form of Chinese contains thousands of characters to learn, while the verbal form relies on tones. Find out what you’ll need to do to successfully learn the language in both forms.
  • Help for free??? We’ll give some specific examples of where to get help at absolutely no cost to you. Whether you need to hear the language, or whether you need to ask questions from someone who knows it, there’s a solution for you.
  • Is it possible to be tutored WITHOUT having to pay a fortune? Simply put, yes! We’ll explain where you can look for a tutor, and even how you can talk with them…regardless of where they are in the world, and it won’t cost you a cent!

Table of Contents (31 pages):

  1. Introduction
  2. Chapter 1 – Some Simple Facts Regarding the Chinese Language
  3. Chapter 2 – Ways to Learn the Chinese Language
  4. Chapter 3 – How to Learn Chinese
  5. Chapter 4 – Easy Ways to Learn Chinese
  6. Chapter 5 – Some Basic Language Skills Required for Learning Chinese
  7. Chapter 6 – How to Go About Learning Chinese Online
  8. Chapter 7 – Some Techniques Which May Assist You When Learning to Speak Chinese
  9. Conclusion
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  11. End

If you’re not totally thrilled with “The Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Chinese” for whatever reason at all, simply send me an email and I’ll cheerfully refund 100% your money with the click of a button.

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Sincerely,

Pierre Du Plessis

P.S. Learning Chinese has never been simplified like this. Between the memorization techniques, and the resources for additional help, you’d have to spend countless hours of research just to get on the right track. Don’t waste valuable time that you could be using to learn the language. Go now, before we put a price tag to it!





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