May 30, 2009
But anyway, I'm going to start posting stuff here about my learning progress (hopefully, if I don't get lazy).
Would ANYONE like to join me? I think it'll be fun (especially if we do stuff together and not just tackle it alone, separately.)
I'll wait for someone to answer...hopefully one of you will be interested :)
May 26, 2009
May 24, 2009
May 23, 2009
NOTE: I was not paid to do this.
Back when I was studying Korean, one of the tools I used was my iPod. Not to stick with Kpop but to listen to the free podcasts at KoreanClass101.com. I can’t recall how I found it. Was I in the iTunes Store looking for Korean audio books?
Then I stopped studying Korean. I then realized that Innovative Language (back then) did not have a Chinese podcast other than the one in the Survival Phrases series.
This week marked the end of my waiting because finally, I know that there’s a Chinese podcast around that can fit the way I learn. Again, it is ChineseClass101.com.
With that podcast, I can now understand why my Chinese teacher seem to have a wrong grammar (actually, she did not commit grammar errors). It also is a great tool to practice pronunciations since it’s one of the most difficult things to learn.
May 21, 2009
Oh and I'm so excited about chineseclass101.com... specifically because of the audio blog, which is my most favorite feature....