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This week you can weep with joy as News and Features and returns. For those Lao Wang fans out there you may feel like crying but do not fret, for he lives on in Upper Intermediate. For our more advanced learners you can learn about attending finance meetings in Mandarin Chinese. We have a very useful podcast for Elementary learners relating to language swapping - an excellent way to get more speaking practice (that is, apart from ChinesePod Guided/Executive teaching services). For the absolute Newbies out there, check out Pinyin Program episode 4 - we are covering a somewhat challenging Chinese sound; 'r'. Last but not least, this week we'll be updating the comments policy in order to greater enhance the learning value of the Lesson Comments sections.
Sat Jul 11 2009 | Jenny, Matt
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