I’m often asked what is the best way to learn to write Chinese.
It’s not the easiest thing to answer.
We’re going to be taking a look at the basics, what you need to know and how you can get started.
If you’re going on a short break from reading, here are a few articles that will give you some insight into what’s on your mind: What is a Chinese language course?
The Basics What you need in order to start learning Chinese?
How to find the right Chinese language courses online?
What’s Chinese for beginners?
Which language classes are the most popular?
When is the right time to start Chinese?
I also found a useful article on the subject, Chinese language learning on LinkedIn.
Here’s a video I made of me teaching a couple of students how to write in Chinese: The first step in learning a foreign language is to have a solid grasp of how to do it.
Here are a couple more videos from me teaching students how I learned to write: Learn Chinese, and Learn Mandarin with the Learning Mandarin Series on LinkedIn Learning is hard enough, but once you have a basic understanding of a language, learning how to use it can be even more difficult.
To help you get started, I’ve put together a few of the best beginner courses that I’ve found online.
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who’ve emailed me about learning Chinese on your own.
I’ve been trying to get the word out for quite a while, and have found this is one of the most important things I can do to help you achieve your goals.
So, please, if you’re looking to learn how to learn a new language, and you’re reading this article, please email me at james at bing.com.
Hope this helps!