5 Essential Business Greeting Dialogues and Introductions used in Business Chinese

5 Essential Business Greeting Dialogues and Introductions used in Business Chinese Key Words and Phrases in Business Mandarin 您好  nín hǎo       hello, used to show respect when greeting in Chinese 贵姓  guì xìng      surname, which is used to show respect 我      wǒ              I;…

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8 ways to greet people in Mandarin Chinese

8 ways to greet people in Mandarin Chinese Informal Ways nǐ hǎo 你好! (Hi) hǎo ma 好吗? (How are you?) chī le ma 吃了吗? (Have you eaten?)   Formal Ways zǎo shàng hǎo早上好! (Good morning!) xià wǔ hǎo下午好! (Good afternoon!) wǎn shàng hǎo晚上好! (good evening!) nín hǎo 您好! (Hello!) nín jìn lái hǎo má您近来好吗 (How…

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Tanjong Pagar makes it into top 50 coolest neighbourhoods in the world

Learn English, Chinese and other new languages in School of Language International   School of Language International is located in Tanjong Pagar, Singapore. This is a great place to learn a new language, as well as to appreciate the beauty of Singapore’s multi-culture, food and history. The following is posted by Caryn Tan on 19…

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Are you confused with action and non-action verbs in present continuous tense?

Present Continuous: Action and Non-action Verbs Are you confused with action and non-action verbs? Or do you need our English expert teachers to help you with your English grammar? Today we will give you some information regards to how action and non-action verbs are used in present continuous tense. In many of our class practices,…

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How to improve Chinese in Singapore

Do you want to learn Mandarin in Singapore? School of Language International is located in the beautiful country of Singapore. The official languages in Singapore are English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil.   Why should you take Mandarin classes in Singapore? Firstly, more than 70% of Singaporeans speak Mandarin. You can practice your Mandarin with locals…

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10 TIPS TO IMPROVE CONVERSATIONAL MANDARIN IN SINGAPORE

Ten tips to improve your Conversational Mandarin in Singapore: Talk to the locals & neighbours. More than 70% of Singaporeans speak Mandarin. It’s time to practice what you have learned and immerse yourself in the local culture. Read loudly and clearly. Use your listening ability to potentially strengthen your memory and correct the pronunciation –…

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