Here we have listed the top training institutes where you can learn to speak Chinese (Mandarin). These institutes have internationally certified courses, trained teachers and innovative teaching methods to make learning Mandarin Chinese a simple and enjoyable experience.
Whether you are a student, a professional or a businessman doing business with China, you just cannot afford to ignore Mandarin. Learn to speak Chines Mandarin from these professional and proven Chinese learning institutes.
Now you can master Mandarin right here in India. Some of these coaching centres are authorized HSK test centres.
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HSK (Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi) or the Chinese Proficiency Test is an international standardized exam which tests and rates Chinese language proficiency, for non-native Chinese speakers.
What attend Chinese language classes in Mumbai?
- Authorised HSK test centres
- Digital learning platforms
- Detailed course materials
- Placement assistance
- Innovative teaching methods
- Proprietary course material
Chinese language classes in Mumbai:
- College Students and Professionals: Find the next big opportunity
- Course for Corporates and Business men : Seal the deal instantly, with “Ni-Hao”
- Courses for school kids: Shaping the leaders of tomorrow
“We make learning Chinese so easy, you will see the difference yourself”.
Here are some common/essential phrases in the Chinese language.
- How are you?
Chinese: Ni hao ma?
- Thank you
Chinese: Xiexie. (sshyeah-sshyeah). Simple way to say thank you.
- Good or bad?
Chinese: Hao buhao? (haoww-boo-haoww)
Hao means good (and also ok). Buhao means ‘not good’. (“Bu” means ‘no’ or ‘not’.)
- I’m sorry.
Chinese: Duibuqi. (dway-boo-chee)
- Asking What Something Is
Chinese: Zhe shi shenme? (Jer shrr shnn-muh?)
The three important words are: Zhe (this), shi (is), and shenme (what).
- Do you have?
Chinese: Youmeiyou? (Yoh-may-yoh…?)
You means ‘have’, and meiyou means “to not have”. The word mei means lack. So the phrase “youmeiyou…” literally means “have or not have?”
- Where is …?
Chinese: … zai nali? (… dzeye naa-lee?)
The three words are: zai (on or in), na (where or which), and li (inside or very roughly the word “place”). You need to put the name of the place or object you want to find before zai nali.
Learn Chinese with ‘Yeh China’ at Hiranandani institute of learning.