Friday, August 29, 2008

Mandarin Learning Resources

I have been experimenting with the service at Twine. Twine allows you to store and share knowledge and still has a lot of rough edges (it is in private beta), however I think it has a lot of potential. I have started a Learning-Mandarin twine which I intend to keep populating with learning resources, also as commenting is allowed resources can be reviewed and discussed.

If anybody wishes to join Twine I have some invites.

7 comments:

休みの楽園 said...

I can tell you the materials of learning Mandarin, and I am good at Chinese. One of my post, "From now on:想@_@就寫~basic Chinese learning material"
http://ewigsinooral.blog.so-net.ne.jp/2007-07-29

I introduced the best beginning writing and reading Chinese materials which native Chinese kids learn their writing from that newspaper, too. The words must specified and precise useage by right definition of each word.
這份刊物的正確性,在於用字遣詞的精準性.

Index:the title of my posts:New With Me with subscribe.
http://www.mybloglog.com/buzz/members/Panda16/

(I change my pixnet url--> Newest sould be-- http://borghrose.pixnet.net/blog )
I use Xanga to write some materials and info, too.
http://www.xanga.com/borg1815se

By the way, I would also like to invite you to do my poll, too.
http://answers.polldaddy.com/user/530312/

Thank you so much.

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yuany said...

If you want to find as much mandarin learning resources as possible. I recommend hellomandarin.Hope you will like it.

Silvia said...

To learn Chinese, master the correct pronounciation is the first and most important thing. Then I follow a certain book to get basic grammar knowledge and get used to this language. Later I learn from Newspaper, website, and talk with Chinese people.

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