Chinese language break the barriers between Chinese and western culture

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China's cultural consumption market is very large, national singing group and artists are learning Chinese, and came to China to have a development. Zuckerberg also learn to speak Chinese language in spirits,and understand the customs of the Chinese, and try hard to across the language barrier and the gap between Chinese and western culture. MandarinGarden’s intensive course can help you solved such problem.
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As you know Chinese language is classified as one of the most difficult languages to learn, that is mostly because of the writing system. The spoken language is actually a lot easier than many European languages. So it is easy to learn Chinese grammar, but the tones can be more difficult. Mandarin Chinese has four tones, and the meaning of a word depends on its tone. It is also very important to use the correct tone. So unless you use the correct tones, it will be very hard to understand your spoken Chinese, choose the MandarinGarden’s class has solved such problem.
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