Learning How To Communicate In Everyday Situations In China.
Do you know what all my wonderful Elementary Chinese students love the most? The fact that they can learn how to communicate effectively in everyday situations in China. Here at Elementary Chinese, we don’t teach you useless vocabulary and Test Chinese. We teach you how to communicate whilst traveling, how to pronounce Chinese tones, how to talk with taxi drivers, how to speak on the phone with delivery drivers, and tons more everyday situations.
Would you like to be a part of the Elementary Chinese community or be the first person to be notified when my online course re-opens? There are tons of ways to stay connected and learn alongside a group of like-minded expats in China.
Navigate Your Daily Life With Ease
Are you curious about the Mandarin it takes to pay for stuff? I’m based in China and my online course teaches expats in China how to speak real Chinese, communicate with local Chinese people and only learn the language you need to communicate what you want.
Let me guide you through a scenario real quick. Let’s learn how to ask and make payments for food.
Bread and meat
ròu jiā muò
Can I buy something?
néng mǎi dōng xi ma?
You know the best way to pay for stuff in China right, WeChat or AliPay. You gotta either scan their QR code or they scan you. Let’s learn those phrases.
The cashier will scan your QR code
shōu fù kuǎn
I’ll show my QR code
chū shì wǒ de fù kuǎn mǎ
I’ll scan you
wǒ sǎo nǐ
Full translations, pinyin and characters, extra audio practice, and comprehension quizzes can be found on my online course. The course is currently full of inspiring students. Be the first to be notified when the course re-opens by clicking here.
Need more Mandarin for scanning WeChat and paying with QR codes? Check out this video.
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