Take Your Mandarin to the Next Level with Group Classes!

By Sponsored, August 27, 2021

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How is your summer going? Did staying in the country allow you to discover another side of China you'd never experienced before?

As the holidays have come to an end, it’s time to get into the frame of mind for work, and make plans for the rest of 2021.

Still wondering what you should do for the remaining year? Why not consider taking Mandarin Group Classes to improve your language skills?

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Silk Mandarin is enrolling Group Class students both online and offline and has classes for both intensive and part-time schedules. Contact them and make a group study plan!

Check out the Group Class schedules below...

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2021 Group Class start dates are as follows:

  • August 30

  • October 11

  • November 8

  • December 6 

Silk Mandarin offers both part-time (2-3 times a week) and intensive (Monday to Friday) Group Class options.

If you've found it difficult sticking to your studies with your previous one-on-one Chinese class, then why not give Group Classes a try?

Compared to studying with a one-on-one tutor, Group Class is a much better way to:

  • Discipline your learning commitment

  • Keep your learning consistency

  • Maintain your passion for learning by interesting class interactions

All Silk Mandarin Group Classes are standardized with:

  • Class set up

  • Learning material

  • Learning progress

All you need to do is to:

  • Follow the schedule

  • Make sure of your attendance

  • Leave certain amounts of your free time for homework and reviewing

If you can't guarantee 100% attendance, no worries! Silk Mandarin Group Class is well prepared with supportive materials for students who have to miss a class, allowing them to catch up.

Another great bonus of Silk Mandarin Group Classes is the community aspect of the learning process; classmates and teachers create a strong bond, which helps their Chinese study consistency.

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If you are only available to take one-on-one class, scan the QR code to request your Free Trial Class:

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Here's a short video letting you know a little more about Silk Mandarin:

Contact Silk Mandarin to take your Chinese to the next level in 2021 – they will help you make the most suitable and efficient study plan according to your availability!

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Telephone: 021 6237 8028 / 187 6851 6128
Email: info@silkmandarin.cn

Shanghai

SOHO Donghai Plaza, 299 Tongren Lu, Room 1604-1605

Suzhou

SIP-North building, 199 Xinggang Lu, Room 3006

www.silkmandarin.cn

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