Learn Chinese from Chinese Pod Newbie using the LingQ language learning system to learn from content of interest. These are podcasts from listed here for easy reference. If you’re brand new to Chinese, this level is for you. In the Newbie podcasts your hosts. So from my first week I started off on Chinesepod’s first level: “Newbie”. I didn’t quite find this to be so unique – you’ll have covered this kind of stuff in any.

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On this week’s Dear Amber we talk about the Chinese opinions of beauty, and as Chinese New Year approaches, we learn about a very particular Chinese custom you will see in almost every household. Clean Taking the Train to Beijing Newbie. Clean Shanghai Sightseeing Newbie. The frustration is making. Aric and more Aric! How Do You Say. Clean Help at the ATM: Sure we know you can get anything manufactured in China, but ndwbie you know you can also get anything made?

Talking About Your Hometown. This allows much more potential to really find out how Chinese works, than starting from English dialogues, formally translated, would.

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Sign up for basic access for one month, spend a few hours downloading all of their audio and PDF transcripts for as many lessons as you think look interesting for the levels and content you think will keep you busy for the next 6 months, going through their archives to get all this, and then deactivate your paid subscription.


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So at this stage, most of what I listen to is Upper Intermediate precisely because I find it hard, and find Intermediate comfortable. Today on Dear Amber we put safety first and give some safety advice for staying alive on the streets of China. Clean What Time is It Now? In this lesson, Ken gets furious when we call him Sharon and Je.

Email Address What language are you learning? This week on Dear Amber we welcome back an old familiar friend, the podcaster formerly known as Aric the Producer here at ChinesePod. I’ve glanced at the Advanced and Media levels, but the discussions are much more complex, so I still can’t quite follow them enough to check them out.

Clean Asking About Prices Newbie. All levels that I went through Newbie, Elementary, Intermediate and Upper Intermediate have the format of a brief introduction, then the actual dialogue played multiple times in the lower levels, and only once in intermediate levels but is much longerthen the rest of the recording is for picking apart that dialogue so that the listener understands it entirely, as well as any thoughts from the host about what’s happening.


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Clean Does He Have Children? Clean Where are you from? One of the things I like about Chinesepod is that it doesn’t try to be everything, and as such it works great when chinssepod with various other programs so I only really used it to help me with my listening comprehension, and did my vocabulary study and the like with other tools.

Elliot doesn’t know a word of Chinese, so listen as he tells us his experience of China through the eyes newbis a complete newbie! Clean Napping in the Meeting Newbie.

Clean Weekend Activities Newbie. Wait till you hear who catches them! View the full lesson notes here: Clean Come In, Please Newbie. But he asks it in a non-condescending way, as if it’s really the first time he’s ever finding out. Clean What’ll it be? Clean Chineseod time do you get up?

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