I wonder does anyone recommend a good study structure for newbies. Should you just start with earliest podcasts and then move forward or should you concentrate on certain podcasts first to gain a good grasp of the language. Should you start with the tonal lesson sets first? I find myself moving forwards and back picking out which podcasts I think would benefit me and most relevant but maybe I am missing out on some groundwork. There is so many podcasts there I dont know where to start. Any advice would be welcome.
jennyzhuJune 02, 2011, 08:44 AM
I definitely recommend getting a grasp of tones and pinyin as you are starting out. At the same time, listen to dialogue-based lessons. The lessons on this page is a good place to start as they cover the most high frequency topics. We are actually compiling courses for learners at various levels, which will be gradually rolled out.
Ni hao Jenny
Xiexie tigong xinsi!
I will take this advice on board and many thanks for taking the time to reply. Like so many before me I find the podcasts a really enjoyable learning experience! Let the journey begin!
Zaijian - or as we say in my native tongue - slan go foill