This Mandarin Chinese language learning method is based on three simple ideas:
- You already know a language, you need to learn substitute words in Mandarin Chinese.
- You need to hear Mandarin Chinese words pronounced by a native speaker and a way to practice the words to remember them.
- The words you choose to learn first will dramatically improve your ability to communicate quickly in Mandarin Chinese.
Instead of teaching you meaningless phrases or from like you were a child learning a language for the first
time, the World Word Exchange will teach you the basic sentence words you need to make and understand phrases.
A Virtual Teacher tracks your progress and tests you on the words you got wrong, while giving you simple
ideas to help learn fast. I invite you to experience what I have discovered using the World Word Exchange
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The purpose of the WORLD WORD EXCHANGE is to teach you to speak and understand a Mandarin Chinese language as fast as
possible. Grammar is also addressed. Some languages speak "my house". Others speak "house
my". Either way you will be understood. Quick communication is the goal. Proper grammar will
follow with word recognition and is explained on the grammar page. The interesting thing about grammar is how fast you will sacrifice your
own grammar when talking to a person who, is speaking your language as a second language. With
broken grammar and speaking very simple it will be easier for you to understand and communicate. Also
the words taught here are used commonly. For example formal words for body parts and functions etc.
are not in everyday use. The phonetic spelling is done simple and without pronunciation marks. Translation
is dependent on the intent or meaning of the word, that's why words of the same meaning are grouped. Also
opposite words are listed together to make it easier to learn.
If you follow the rules you will learn very fast. They are simple.
First you study the words, click on word to listen, practice the phonetic or foreign spelling in the text box.
Sorry, there is no correct way to spell from foreign alphabets into other foreign words. Because the sounds
can be very different from your own language you have to make clues to remember them. You make the clue to
help you remember the word. What does the word sound like in your language? The clue does not have to be
true or make sense. Whatever the sound reminds you of. It can rhyme or not as long as it helps you remember
how to say the word. The clue you make up will help you connect the word to the spelling and sound. Spelling
in most languages gives little understanding for pronunciation. Also you must be willing to make sounds you
have never made before. Pay close attention to the sounds and pronunciation, they are critical. Some
languages accent the first part of the word. Other languages accent the last part of the word. This is
also a critical difference. The most important practice method is to say the word in your mind or out
loud before you listen or write it. DO THIS EVERY TIME.
After you study the words, play the guessing game. A word will come up, you have eight choices to match
the word to. Look only at the word in your language and try to remember the spelling and sound before
looking at the choices. DO THIS EVERY TIME. As you play a pop quiz from your teacher will appear to
challenge you with the words you got wrong. It is recommended that you study the first five lessons to
give you a basic understanding of sentence words first. After that you can skip around anywhere you like
or make your own lessons. Practice using each word in a sentence. It is very important to continue to
review the word sounds long after you know the words for perfect pronunciations. The secret to quick
word memory is to link the word, sound and text to the clue you made, together in your mind.