WATCH: A Revolutionary Way to Learn Chinese

By That's, January 26, 2019

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Having trouble learning Chinese? Well, you’re in luck because Silk Mandarin’s self-developed Slow Motion Technique offers a revolutionary way to understand Chinese sentence structure and can easily be applied to daily Chinese conversation.

When learning Chinese, beginners are often overwhelmed by the language’s grammar and rules. To make matters worse, traditional methods used to explain Chinese grammar can be confusing. The good news is there’s a better, easier way to learn Chinese.

Spring Festival Promotion

WATCH: A Revolutionary Way to Learn Chinese

Sign up for courses before Monday, February 25th to receive 10 percent more lessons with the purchase of a course package.* Seize this opportunity, and learn more about the Slow Motion Technique.

Claim Your Spring Festival Special Gift

Silk Mandarin

Silk Mandarin is giving away a set of their Magic Talking Cards and Pen to the first 10 students to sign up. Each set comes with 600 HSK level 1-3 flash cards, plus a Magic Talking Pen that can read the content on each flashcard aloud.

Scan the QR code below to get your FREE trial lesson:

WATCH: A Revolutionary Way to Learn Chinese

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