Surprise! I’ve created a mini-series called Teach Chinese (TC) for you.
The goal of this email series is to help you prepare your child for successfully learning Chinese.
How do I let my child develop confidence using Chinese when my environment is surrounded by English?
I’ve had the same concerns when researching on how to give my children a strong foundation in the Chinese language.
So starting tomorrow, you’ll be receiving a mini-series with easy-to-use practical tips to teaching your child this beautiful language at home.
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s email.
It’ll have the subject line: [TC] Part 1 – Know your “why”
As soon as it reaches your inbox, open it…
Then read it.
~ Carol @ Owlissimo.com
Here’s sharing something interesting with you: What’s the difference between Chinese and Mandarin?
Aren’t they the same?!?
Well… Chinese includes Mandarin and dialects such as Cantonese, Hokkien, Teochew, Hakka, Hainanese and many more.
Mandarin is the most widely spoken form of Chinese. It’s also called 普通话 (pǔ tōng huà).
This means two people who speak Chinese may not understand each other if they’re speaking different dialects.
While two people speaking Mandarin will definitely understand each other.
So do you speak Chinese or Mandarin?