Udemy – Dummy’s Spoken Chinese General Expressions [100% off]
Chinese is not as hard as most people thought! There is even no grammar in Chinese language in certain sense! The greatest truth are the simplest!
Chinese language is just the sequence construction of Characters, like my LEGOO name. I tried use the simple way to present Chinese using direct English translation or literature translation. The video I uploaded into YouTube is gaining great popularity and reaching more than 300,000 views within 3 years. The dummy’s way works very well. That encourage me to create more courses. Here are the Dummy’s Spoken Chinese, which contains 2 sister courses: Dummy’s Spoken Chinese General Expressions & Dummy’s Spoken Chinese Situational Expressions. See the Free preview in the course.
Comments from Customers:
C’est une super vidéo ! SuperEleonorah 28 May 2016
You are really the best and better than school…. jim parsit 24 May 2016
I simply love the way you teach, so far you are the best. I have been teaching myself the Chinese out of my passion for it, but your lessons drove all the points home, thank you so much for your amazing job! Alvera Zikama 24 May 2016
David, I went through hundreds of UTube learning Chinese, you are the best because of simple, clear style. What I like most is that you put English at Chinese word by word without considered of English sentences. I can develop a new sentence by putting these words together, just like put each puzzle into one picture. jim parsit 10 May 2016
great job sir most important wards you shared i was searching them at last found Muzahir Hussain 01 May 2016
GREAT JOB, VERY GOOD WAY TO LEARN CHINESE Buffalo Bill 01 May 2016
Hello Mr David Yao, thank you for this video. Very good and clear! Sophia Tang 01 April 2016
Once you understand the structure, it no longer seems insurmountable! Just lots of vocabulary words to be learned. I really like you presentation. RC S 01 April 2016
This is really useful materials for igcse students :)! Bedroom Learn Chinese, 01 May 2016
Wow! You are a talented and passionate teacher. Thank you for your noble heart to share this many hours of excellent planning of this wonderful lesson. Stephen Goh 12 October 2015
This man’s video is absolutely brilliant and even though he doesn’t always get the, lets say perhaps the correct word, he still makes himself very clear and one can easily interpret what he means. For example at the start when it says “What’s the callings for Chinese or Mandarine” and one things to oneself “hmmm, callings now what does he mean. Ah, the name. What are [not is] the names [many names] for Chinese or Mandarin” of which I’ve learnt many. There are so many rubbish teaching resources on Youtube but this video is one of the very few that are any good or worthwhile bookmarking to use as a major resource for learning Madarin [because there are some very useful Youtube vids also]. He’s very to the point just what the learning doctor ordered. I’m going to search the rest of his series as this is one of 76 so 75 to go hopefully they can be found via Youtube or may be one has to subscribe to his website. Love Chinese and am so going to conquer it. 11kwright August 18,2015
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